Kyocera Document Solutions America, Inc. announced the latest release in its A3 MFP product portfolio.
Following the Evolution Series models – TASKalfa 3554ci and TASKalfa 2554ci – both of which received a BLI Summer Pick award, Kyocera has returned with eight upgraded TASKalfa devices.
Equally divided between the new Kyocera Evolution BW Series and the Kyocera Evolution Color Series, these eight devices boast a blend of reliability and productivity.
These MFPs integrate security capabilities. From email encryption, automatic security certificates, device management capabilities as well as the ability to meet the certification requirements of the latest security standards including ISO 15408, FIPS 140-2 and Hard Copy Device Protection Profile (HCD-PP).
New finishing options like the ZF-7100 Z-Fold Option enables diagrams, charts and other larger sheets to be folded into booklets and brochures, while the IS-7100 Inserter Unit Option allows for the integration of pre-printed pages as potential front or back covers or sheet inserts.
“With the latest additions to the Kyocera Evolution Series, we’ve taken a winning formula, analyzed the needs of today’s customers, and put the top-class technology to work. The end result is a complete offering tailor-made for the demands of modern business.” says Óscar Sánchez, president and CEO, Kyocera Document Solutions America, Inc.
“Today’s businesses are demanding solutions that help them work smarter while keeping their information safe; solutions that help make life a little bit easier. With its outstanding productivity and reliability, along with an extremely pleasant user-experience, the Kyocera Evolution Series checks all these boxes and much more,” he adds.
“The Evolution Series extends way beyond printing. Its complete approach to documents and data – from productivity and security to communication and collaboration – means it has the potential to become a key pillar of any organization’s digital transformation strategy. We are extremely excited about what’s in store,” Mr. Sánchez concludes.
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