Océ multifunctional printers receive IPRO Copy+ 5.0 certification
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Press release from the issuing company
TRUMBULL, CONN. – Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced that multifunctional printers from Océ North America are now IPRO Copy+ 5.0 certified and featured on IPRO Tech's recommended list of supported scanners and multifunctional devices.
IPRO Copy+ is a flexible application designed to simplify complex copying tasks and streamline the imaging process. By creating both paper copies and document images in a single step, IPRO Copy+ adds value to copy and imaging operations. With IPRO Copy+, users manage copy processes from a touchscreen interface, which allows for rapid copy, image, Bates label and OCR of legal documents. The 5.0 version has enhanced capabilities and greater user-friendly features.
"Bringing Océ into the mix of certified Copy+ 5.0 products gives customers a greater choice of excellent options when selecting equipment for their businesses," said Rochelle Kinderknecht, Product Manager for Copy+. "We now include nine different products from the Océ network of technology that fulfill the demands of Copy+ certification. Océ's full line of MFPs makes Copy+ a good fit for firms of all sizes."
Kinderknecht said that the end user is always in mind when new partnerships and certified products are introduced. "We know that our users are very discerning so we are equally discriminating and rigorous when we list partners that are compatible and recommended. Océ fits into our parameters – and more," she added.
"The IPRO Copy+ certification has been well received," said Peter Cooperman, Manager Product Marketing Solutions at Océ North America, Document Printing Systems. "With this partnership, end users have remarkable capabilities, increased productivity and advanced efficiency at their fingertips. IPRO Copy+ certification is a further display of how Océ's hardware alongside our partners' software helps solve today's business problems."