Fuji Xerox Singapore recently launched 20 full-colour digital multifunction device (MFD) models to help streamline customers' business operations as well as to resolve their business issues.
Available on Fuji Xerox's new Cloud On-Demand Print service, the new models are equipped with the latest controller software and enhanced with the latest mobile and cloud solutions to provide easier accessibility and convenience for businesses.
Facial recognition cameras are pre-installed in the MFDs with the latest Smart WelcomEyes Advance 2, equipped with the newest camera lenses and improved environmental performance, enhancing facial recognition accuracy by reducing errors due to changes in lighting or blown-out highlights caused by backlighting.
The new MFDs also come pre-installed with a free add-on application ScanAuto from Easy UI Package 2. This means that users can perform scanning of documents easily with streamlined specific document sharing and reporting simply through the pre-configured admin settings.
Additionally, it is able to detect whether a document is single-sided or double-sided and which direction it faces, skips blank pages and automatically adjusts each page's orientation, making it easy for first-time users to scan with just a simple push of the start button.
Equipped with an optional Wireless LAN Converter, the multifunction device can also be accessed with Wi-Fi Direct, allowing mobile devices to be directly connected to the printer even where there are no access points for printing. This allow users to print anywhere at any time with greater freedom in network configuration, enabling printing from mobile devices without security concerns.
Using cloud to enable more flexible printing
The Cloud On-Demand Print installed in both ApeosPort-V and DocuCentre-V series are designed to support a more flexible printing environment for businesses by enabling users to print outside their offices with greater convenience, and by offering greater efficiency in print management.
With the Cloud On-Demand Print, users can now upload his or her print job to a cloud server through their mobile devices, thereby boosting work efficiency especially when a user urgently needs to print outside of his or her office.
A free exclusive mobile app for download and an exclusive printing tool for Windows users to upload and direct print jobs without using a web browser is now made available for all Fuji Xerox customers.
The Cloud On-Demand Print service can be used in an Internet environment, whereby workers at temporary offices, such as satellite offices and construction site offices, can print without establishing a LAN. It can also be effectively used for inter-company projects where multiple companies jointly use a single multifunction device. In addition, the service offers a secure printing environment by allowing users to check the printing log status easily.
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