HP Helps Organizations Improve Productivity, Reduce Costs with New High-volume MFPs
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 11 December 2013
Release date- 10122013 - BARCELONA, Spain - HP today announced the HP S900 Series Multifunction Printers (MFPs), devices that help reduce costs for organizations with high-volume print, copy and scan needs.
This suite of devices offers faster printing and scanning speeds to help increase customers' office productivity. And, key HP solutions integrated within the HP S900 Series-including integrated fleet management, security and document workflow-help simplify IT management.
The HP S900 Series will be delivered exclusively as part of HP Managed Print Services (MPS) and HP Partner MPS agreements, providing customers guidance to optimize, manage and improve their printing assets. The new HP S900 series devices allow HP MPS customers to solve their need for higher-volume devices with a unified, single-vendor HP fleet. MPS helps customers save up to 30 percent on printing costs while freeing up IT to focus on other priorities.(1)
Customers are increasingly interested in combining MPS and print-room contracts, with 15 percent of enterprises already doing so and 22 percent investigating or planning to investigate using a single provider for their print room and office environments.(2)
'Our enterprise and mid-market customers continually look to HP and its partners to securely and efficiently manage their printing and document management processes,' said Pradeep Jotwani, senior vice president, HP LaserJet and Enterprise Solutions. 'The new HP S900 Series MFPs coupled with HP's print solutions increase the choice and flexibility offered through our HP Managed Print Services engagements. In turn, customers are able to unify their print environments with one vendor to reduce costs, improve workflow and increase productivity.'
Devices and solutions combine to increase office productivity
Imaging and printing devices, software and solutions play a pivotal role in an organization's IT strategy. The purchase and adoption of business technology has evolved, and many of today's customers find themselves using multiple vendors to meet their printing and document-management needs.
With the introduction of the HP S900 Series, HP offers organizations a suite of MFPs that, when coupled with HP document and device manageability and security solutions, deliver unmatched value through one trusted technology partner.
The HP S900 Series includes one monochrome MFP- the HP MFP S956dn-and three color MFPs-the HP Color MFP S962dn, HP Color MFP S951dn and HP Color MFP S970dn-that produce commercial-quality color prints at speeds ranging from 51 to 70 pages per minute and offer high-volume input capacities of 1,100 to 8,600 sheets. Additionally, robust finishing solutions-including stapling, saddle stitching, booklet making, hole punching, folding and trimming-help organizations deliver professional-quality printing while keeping IT costs in line.
The HP S900 Series complements the recently announced HP LaserJet Enterprise M800 Series to offer customers expanded choice for department class and light production printing needs.
Each device in the S900 Series is equipped with HP's business printing solutions designed to simplify business printing environments. These solutions include HP Web Jetadmin; HP Remote Monitoring; HP Universal Print Driver(3) for remote management; HP Access Control(4) for security, job accounting, and pull printing; and HP Capture and Route(5) for improved workflow and document management.
Additional information about HP's expanded MFP portfolio is available at www.hp.com/go/HPDiscoverBarcelona.
(1) Overall printing costs are unique to each company and should not be relied on for savings that may be achieved. According to industry analysts, savings of up to 30 percent are typical with managed print services.
(2) Quocirca, 'The Next Frontier for Managed Print Services,' January 2013.
(3) The HP Universal Print Driver is free and can be downloaded at hp.com/go/upd.
(4) Available worldwide. Pricing (estimated U.S. street prices; actual prices may vary) is as follows: HP Access Control Express is $199 per license; HP Access Control Professional is $499 per license; HP Access Control Enterprise modules are $99-$330 per module, with each module sold independently and individually priced.
(5) Available worldwide. Pricing (estimated U.S. street prices; actual prices may vary) is as follows: $2,500 per server; $2,500 per mobile server; $400-$750 per device license, based on volume; $35 per user for mobile license; variable expense on Fax and Database connectors, based on volume and configuration.
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