OKI wins BBB award and showcases new printers
OKI's monochrome multi-function printers (MFPs) have won the innovative product of the year award from Better Buys for Business (BBB).
Its new MB760 and MB770 series A4 MFPs were praised for their strong features, including efficient speed, security, media handling, finishing options and an enhanced user interface.
Melissa Pardo-Bunte, editor of Better Buys for Business, said: "These devices delivered the highest level of performance and greatest value while pioneering new features and solutions, fulfilling the document management challenges businesses face." Ms Pardo previously chose the two devices for the Editor's Choice Award in July 2013 after an in-depth analysis of office equipment products.
Hiroyuki Fukushima, director of non-impact printer product marketing for OKI Data Americas, said that the company is "honoured" to receive the accolade, stating that the products show the firm's commitment to delivering high-performance robust printing solutions. Many of OKI's colour printing solutions feature Single Pass Colour alongside digital LED and HD colour technologies.
OKI is set to showcase pioneering five-colour A3 printer at Ipex 2014.
ES9541 and ES9431 are set to make their debut in the UK at the event, which is the globe's biggest English speaking event for print, publishing and media, offering the ideal opportunity to showcase new printing solutions.
Ipex 2014 is the top opportunity for OKI to reveal its revolutionary new printing solutions to the graphics art market in Britain. Andrew Hall, marketing manager, OKI Systems UK, said: "These products offer a combination of stunning high-definition colour; cost-efficient, printing and media versatility that together are helping to reinvent digital printing for the creative and graphics industries."
Mr Hall explained that the company is excited to have an opportunity to showcase the systems to the UK graphics arts market. Ipex 2014 is the "perfect opportunity" to reinforce OKI's continuing excellence in producing groundbreaking technology solutions, according to Mr Hall.
Posted by Barry Ashmore