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03.07.2017 World companies news

Buyers Laboratory (BLI) has recognized the achievements of Canon, KYOCERA, Ricoh, RISO and Toshiba in its Summer 2017 Pick awards.

According to PRWeb, these awards are bestowed biannually to acknowledge the hardware and software accomplishments of the previous six months. PRWebproclaims, “Unique in the industry, the comprehensive tests assess a wide range of the most important features and performance factors for buyers.”

BLI recognized the following successes:

–          “Canon Winners Triumph with Productivity-Enhancing Features and Exceptional Reliability”

Joe Ellerman, U.S. Manager of Lab Operations for Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab, commented, “Each of Canon’s Summer 2017 Pick winners exhibited outstanding reliability.”

–          “KYOCERA Earns Accolades for Reliability and Value Propositions”

George Mikolay, Associate Director of A3/Production for Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab., stated “KYOCERA’s Summer 2017 Pick winners proved to be true workhorses, with exceptional reliability,”

–          “Ricoh Wins with Uptime and Fast Print and Scan Speeds” 

“Customers can expect minimal downtime with the MP 2555 Series,” said Ellerman.

–           “RISO Proves to be Ultra Reliable and an Excellent Value” 

Mikolay declared, “The RISO SF5130 is lightning fast and ultra-reliable,” he continued, “The device also offers supplies and ink costs per page that are among the lowest of duplicators tested to date.”

–           “Toshiba Touted for Reliability and Usability” 

“The Toshiba e-STUDIO4508A offers excellent reliability, as well as a feature set that is designed to enhance end-user productivity,” said Mikolay. “Users can program and access driver profiles to streamline frequently recurring print chores, while one-touch templates and the Simple Scan and Simple Copy menus make scan and copy job configuration a cinch.”

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