Copiers Atlanta, 4-13-15

Copiers Atlanta, 4-13-15

Copier Dealers Atlanta

Copiers Atlanta, 4-13-15, KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, today officially renewed the company’s strong commitment to end-user customers and its authorized dealer channel. Addressing more than 1,000 attendees from the United States, Canada, Latin America and Mexico, as well as Europe and Japan, Kyocera executives unveiled its corporate initiatives and innovative technology at their FY16 Business & Technology Conference.

Under the theme “Power 2 Perform”, Kyocera executives shared strategic initiatives designed to further strengthen the company’s philosophy of partnership, growth, and open communication with its dealers and end-user customers.

Norihiko Ina, president & CEO at KYOCERA Document Solutions America, noted that company’s ultimate goal remains the same. “Kyocera has focused on total document solutions and complete resolution of end-user customer business challenges,” Mr. Ina said. “This year, the theme ‘Power 2 Perform’ emphasizes Kyocera’s strengthened total document solutions approach in FY16 and beyond as well as the philosophy of partnership and collaboration; it drives all of our activities, from hardware and software innovations to our service offerings. In the end, the user reaps the rewards.”

New Products and Business Applications, Copiers Atlanta, 4-13-15

As part of its 2016 initiative, Kyocera is expanding its award-winning hardware lineup, business applications portfolio, and service capabilities. At the conference, the company will unveil a full line of new ECOSYS and TASKalfa A4 multifunctional printers (MFPs), offering a set of features previously associated exclusively with Kyocera’s robust A3 multifunctional devices. The company will also showcase enhancements to its current A3 hardware technology, along with new business applications, and an updated set of device management and monitoring capabilities known as Kyocera Fleet Services (KFS). Among other advancements, the new KFS will allow users to monitor all Kyocera devices on its network remotely.

In addition, Kyocera introduced a number of company-developed business applications; marking the first of many applications that will be introduced by the company in the upcoming fiscal year. The applications will run seamlessly with all Kyocera HyPAS-equipped devices and include:

  • Kyocera Mobile Print for Students, which enables students with parental controls enabled on their tablets the ability to print to and scan from Kyocera devices without accessing the Internet;
  • DocuWare Connector, which connects Kyocera devices directly to DocuWare Document Management System;
  • Integration with Blackboard Learn, permits students, teachers, and any other users to connect to the popular learning management system directly from Kyocera MFPs.
  • AccuSender powered by Biscom, frees users to send large scanned documents as secure files to multiple destinations directly from a Kyocera multifunctional product (MFP); or through the secure file transfer capabilities of Biscom for highly regulated industries.

Copiers Atlanta, 4-13-15