~Adds one more jewel to its crown of producing industry leading multi functional A3 printers for contemporary office environments ~
Konica Minolta, a global leader in advanced multifunctional printing segment has set another benchmark in the enterprise printing segment with the receiving of the prestigious SME Channels Award for its A3 MFP Printers.
With this the company has further strengthened its position in the highly competitive A3 Multi Functional Printing market in India, surpassing the other major vendors in the country’s printing space.
Konica Minolta’s bizhub A3 MFP series is tailored specifically to cater to the requirements of modern offices, furnishing whole new range of cutting edge features and functions to augment the office operations with maximum efficiency. The top of the line series also helps businesses generate high quality material.
Sharing his delight on the receiving of the award, Yuji Nakata, Managing Director, Konica Minolta India said, “We are honoured to receive the SME Channel award for our A3 MFP series which offers next generation features to efficiently meet the comprehensive requirements of new age offices. Konica Minolta is committed to spearhead the printing segment with its highly skilled global R&D workforce, dedicated to produce cutting edge and disruptive technologies in the vertical.”
The company also embarked its presence in the label and packaging segment in the country recently, with the unveiling of its bizhub PRESS C71cf printing solution at Labelexpo 2016, which will help businesses in the domain harness the endless benefits of digital printing.
Expressing a similar opinion, Kuldeep Malhotra, Sales Head, Konica Minolta India, said “The Indian printing market is witnessing a rapid transition with the emergence of new requirements, demanding holistic printing solutions. Our printing solutions align perfectly with these new age market demands, ensuring end to end printing operations for businesses.”
The award ceremony, held at New Delhi witnessed the gathering of numerous veterans and industry head honchos from different verticals.