OKI Europe wins international awards for its new enterprise-class A4 colour multifunction products
Experts praise MC700 Series’ performance, print quality, value and functionality including full workflow support
Egham, 18 September 2013 – OKI Europe’s latest A4 colour multifunction products (MFPs) are already winning major awards for their market-leading performance, quality and value, following their launch earlier in 2013.
The MC700 Series achieved the Better Buys for Business ‘July Editor’s Choice’ award, a leading independent authority on office equipment. This distinction was awarded for OKI’s commitment to innovation and in particular the new products’ ability to deliver “the highest level of performance, while pioneering new features and solutions in fulfilling the document management challenges businesses face”.
In the UK, the MC700 Series has won the OEN ‘Office Oscar’ award, rewarding those products that significantly raise the bar in terms of standards, excellence, quality and value.
A more recent accolade has been the ‘Editor’s Recommendation’ in IT w Administracji, a prestigious magazine for public sector specialists and managers in Poland. Achieving a rating of 9/10, the MC760 tested was particularly recommended on account of its fast print speeds, robustness, competitive price, ease of use and superior print quality.
“The combination of robust functionality, market-leading performance and price competitiveness of the latest MC700 Series has proved an instant success with our customers,” says Lee Webster general manager product marketing, OKI Europe. “OKI’s success continues to be based on developing innovative, relevant products and so we are delighted that new A4 MFPs are also being recognised by independent industry experts as ideally-designed to meet business challenges.”
The MC700 A4 colour MFPs combine enterprise-class functionality, security and flexibility and can be tailored to meet the differing demands of a diverse customer base. They are also designed to deliver significant workflow efficiencies and cost savings, as businesses look to improve the way they handle, manage and process documents.