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Kyocera Mita America Renamed KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.

 Las Vegas, NV and Fairfield, N.J. – Kyocera Mita America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, recently announced that its Company name changed to “KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.” effective April 1, 2012. In addition, a new company brand mark coincides with today’s announcement of a new Company name. The change reflects the Company’s growth as a global manufacturer of document imaging solutions and its commitment to develop products and business applications that deliver customer benefits of technological innovation and environmental sustainability.

“With technology and business needs rapidly evolving, we are beginning an era where our customers require total document solutions including document imaging hardware, business applications and services,” said Nori Ina, president and CEO, KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc. “Our rebranding to KYOCERA Document Solutions is a declaration that our Company delivers total document solutions for streamlining communications, enhancing productivity, reducing operating costs and simplifying day-to-day activities for organizations of all sizes.”

KYOCERA Document Solutions America Introduces Business Applications for Mobile and Cloud Printing

Las Vegas, NV and Fairfield, N.J. – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc., one of the world's leading document solutions companies, recently introduced its latest business applications, KYOCERA Mobile Print and KYOCERA Cloud Connect. The KYOCERA Mobile Print app enables mobile users to print and send files, scans and images from their mobile devices to select Kyocera document imaging devices in their network while KYOCERA Cloud Connect enables users to print and scan files in Evernote, a cloud service provider, directly from Kyocera’s HyPAS-enabled MFP Control Panels.

“More than ever, employees want to connect and sync their own iPhones, iPads or Android smartphones and tablets to enterprise resources to access and store data from anywhere at any time,” said Peter Hendrick, vice president of marketing, KYOCERA Document Solutions America. “In this new mobile business environment, end users require a simple way to print and scan documents and images from their mobile devices. Kyocera’s mobile apps provide a unique solution to make the office a truly mobile experience. Kyocera’s Cloud Connect and Mobile Print applications are the perfect examples of how end users can easily access and print their files not only from an MFP, but directly from their mobile devices as well.”

Kyocera Mita America Renamed KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.

LAS VEGAS and FAIRFIELD, N.J. – April 11, 2012 - Kyocera Mita America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, announced today that its Company name changed to “KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.” effective April 1, 2012. In addition, a new company brand mark coincides with today’s announcement of a new Company name. The change reflects the Company’s growth as a global manufacturer of document imaging solutions and its commitment to develop products and business applications that deliver customer benefits of technological innovation and environmental sustainability.

“With technology and business needs rapidly evolving, we are beginning an era where our customers require total document solutions including document imaging hardware, business applications and services,” said Nori Ina, president and CEO, KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc. “Our rebranding to KYOCERA Document Solutions is a declaration that our Company delivers total document solutions for streamlining communications, enhancing productivity, reducing operating costs and simplifying day-to-day activities for organizations of all sizes.”

KYOCERA Document Solutions America Has Its 'Focus on Success’ at FY13 Pan-American Dealer Meeting

 LAS VEGAS and FAIRFIELD, N.J. – April 11, 2012 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc., one of the world's leading document solutions companies, today welcomed more than 1200 attendees from the United States, Canada, Latin America, Mexico, Europe and Japan, to officially unveil its commitment to total solutions, new products, business applications, and marketing strategies for its dealer channel partners at the Company’s FY13 Pan-American Dealer Meeting.

Under the theme of “Focus On Success”, Kyocera executives shared key growth initiatives designed to help its independent dealer channel better compete and strategically expand their businesses, leveraging Kyocera’s powerful document imaging technology, business applications and support services. At the Pan-American Dealer Meeting, independent dealers are encouraged to differentiate their businesses and dramatically drive growth with Kyocera’s total solutions approach.

KYOCERA Document Solutions America Introduces Business Applications for Mobile and Cloud Printing

LAS VEGAS and FAIRFIELD, N.J. – April 11, 2012 - KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc., one of the world's leading document solutions companies, today introduced its latest business applications, KYOCERA Mobile Print and KYOCERA Cloud Connect. The KYOCERA Mobile Print app enables mobile users to print and send files, scans and images from their mobile devices to select Kyocera document imaging devices in their network while KYOCERA Cloud Connect enables users to print and scan files in Evernote, a cloud service provider, directly from Kyocera’s HyPAS-enabled MFP Control Panels.

Hardcopy Peripherals Play an Increasingly Crucial Role in Optimizing the IT Environment

IT Department's Responsibility for Hardcopy Peripherals

Many companies have recognized the need to examine the IT infrastructure from both
a cost perspective and a performance standpoint. This analysis can be referred to as
"IT optimization," and it includes an examination of computer hardware, software, and workflow processes to ensure peak performance of IT operations within the
enterprise.

One of the most often overlooked pieces of the IT optimization process is in printing and copying, or hardcopy as a whole. Perhaps the main reason that hardcopy is overlooked is the multilevel ownership/responsibility of the category. That is, printers are usually the responsibility of the IT department or individual departments, while copying equipment is usually managed by the facilities/office management department. The lack of a centralized point of management for hardcopy typically results in companies not being totally aware of their entire hardcopy equipment fleet. This lack of awareness about the fleet also translates into the high probability that these companies have little knowledge about how much they are spending to run hardcopy equipment on an ongoing basis. IDC has found that the costs to operate hardcopy equipment can be significant, especially if these costs are relatively
unmanaged. 

Reduce Costs by Replacing Old Impact Printers with Kyocera Laser Printers

Customer Overview

A tire store with several regional locations wanted to update their printing technology from impact printers to laser printers to improve their customer’s experience and improve the environment in their stores. This
customer’s goal was to improve their sales documents to look more professional to their customers, increase their output speeds to shorten the purchase process, and to reduce the noise created by the printers to improve the environment for the customers in their waiting room. In order to succeed, there were several issues that needed to be addressed. The point of sale software that was used did not support laser printers, modifying the form used in the printers, and the cost to replace their existing printers.

Kyocera Solution

These goals were met by using Kyocera Printers utilizing PRESCRIBE technology.

Two invoices were created to replace the sales invoice and the work order. These forms were stored on each Kyocera Printer utilizing PRESCRIBE. Each form was configured to use a unique logical printer port, so
when the point of sale software printed the form, the printer was able to emulate the impact printer, and access the proper form that was stored on the printer. By utilizing the standard logical printer ports on the Kyocera printers, they were able to reduce the number of printers in each location from a minimum of two to a single printer.

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