OKI Europe aims to change perceptions with new range of printers
New OKI range puts high quality print and big functionality within reach of all
OKI Europe has revealed a new range of colour printers and multifunction printers with the aim to transform the way printers are used within businesses of every size.
OKI Europe say its new models cater for all, from home and small offices to large enterprises, and as a result, it's now possible to print all business needs in-house and on demand, saving money, time and storage space and enabling a faster response to market changes.
Mathias Militzer, vice president (META), OKI Europe, said: "The new portfolio is designed to change perceptions of what a printer can do for businesses and organisations. We are encouraging customers to take a fresh look at the potential of these affordable devices to help them build their brand, save time and money and enhance productivity. They can also help develop a streamlined and secure document workflow and management, enabling them to enjoy the benefits of a digital organisation."
All devices in the new range include new features to improve connectivity and Gigabit Ethernet to enable the fast transfer of large colour files across a network. The C542 and MC573 incorporate the latest security features as standard, including Private Print to help keep confidential documents safe, optional Card Release and Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) compliance.
The C612dn and C712dn in the upper end of the range combine fast production of high-level output with reliability and robust security and also a surprisingly low cost of ownership. The portfolio also includes A3 digital LED printers such as the C823/833/843 with the smallest footprint on the market.
OKI's open platform sXP and integrated SENDYS Explorer software means its smart MFPs are ideal for enabling digital workflows across a whole range of industries, for example in healthcare, retail and the professional print market. Small footprint MFPs enable quick and easy scanning of all types of documents, at the point of creation, for example in a clinical setting or at the point of sale within retail.