Office workgroups need a shared desktop printer that is efficient, productive and reliable. This model delivers with 40 ppm print speed, double-sided output and Kyocera's famously low Total Cost of Ownership.
Technology that is environmentally friendly and highly economical is the foundation of ECOSYS. The ECOSYS concept achieves both ecology and economy by incorporating a durable imaging system capable of handling hundreds of thousands of prints in its lifetime. Moreover, the separate, permanent drum greatly reduces waste, while also cutting the cost of consumables. ECOSYS is the foundation for both Kyocera’s printers and multifunctional products (MFPs).
These products have Kyocera's original long-life technology and have been designed with consideration for the global environment by bringing environmental and economical efficiency to the document world. ECOSYS printers have been proven by customers worldwide since the first models were introduced in 1992.
TASKalfa Multifunctional Devices
The ultra-reliable technology designed and engineered into every Kyocera TASKalfa MFP enables users to get their tasks done right the first time and every time.
HyPAS™ (Hybrid Platform for Advanced Solutions)
Kyocera business applications are powered by HyPAS™ (Hybrid Platform for Advanced Solutions), a Kyocera-developed, Java and Web services software platform that expands an MFP's core capabilities with simple touch-screen operations that address a customer’s unique workflow needs. Leveraging this technology, paper documents are cost-effectively routed into digital workflows, helping to control costs and secure processes. Kyocera is committed to providing business applications that seamlessly integrate with other IT systems, including mobile devices and the cloud.
MDS (Managed Document Services)
Kyocera Managed Document Services (MDS) optimize a customer’s entire document output process — from capturing to archiving, workflows to security and environmental impact.
We offer a continuing total document solution, which starts with an investigation and analysis of the customer's current document environment (ASSESS), then the proposal of the optimal arrangement of equipment (DESIGN), equipment installation (IMPLEMENT), operation and management (MANAGE), and evaluations and improvements for that equipment (OPTIMIZE).