Staples Selects Kyocera's Wide Format Imaging Systems Solution for Nationwide Copy Centers
Press release from the issuing company
FAIRFIELD, N.J.--April 27, 2005-- Kyocera Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Contract Based on Reliability, Ease of Use, Small Footprint and Low Cost of Operation
Kyocera Mita America, one of the world's leading document imaging companies, today announced that Staples, Inc., the world's largest office products retailer, has signed an agreement bringing Kyocera's wide format imaging systems to Staples Copy and Print Centers across the United States. Under the $10 million dollar deal, Staples has deployed and fully installed 600 Kyocera wide format imaging systems.
"We are pleased to partner with Kyocera in the wide format imaging category," said Robert Schlacter, vice president of Business Services. "Partnering Kyocera's expertise and technology with Staples commitment to quality and making it easy for our customers is a powerful offering. We are very encouraged by our customers response to the product."
Staples chose the KM-4850w digital copier with optional CAD master controller from Kyocera, which provides copy-print-scan functionality in less than 10 square feet of floor space. The Controller allows users to print from a variety of raster and vector file formats, offering virtually unlimited wide format imaging flexibility.
"The wide format imaging market is seeing significant growth," said Kevin Flood, vice president of national and government accounts, for Kyocera Mita America. "Being chosen by Staples as the provider of wide format imaging devices in their pay-for-print centers is a great testament to the quality and flexibility of our wide format printing solutions."
The KM-4850w and Kyocera's entire line of wide format products, as well as a full line of monochrome and color printers and copiers, are available through authorized dealers nationwide. To find the nearest reseller or dealer, log onto Kyocera Mita America's dealer locator at www.kyoceramita.com/us.
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