HP recently announced its new line of printers designed to help businesses digitize their offices, while cutting costs and improving efficiency. The new HP Officejet Pro and HP LaserJet printers are part of the company’s largest upgrade in almost 10 years. HP develops printing, personal computing and IT infrastructure products and services.
“Our customers need innovative technology tailored to their workflow that is simple and effective, and helps them conduct business,” said Todd Bradley, Executive Vice President, HP Printing and Personal Systems. “HP is offering new ways to print that have not previously been possible-with superb speed and performance to drive a new level of office efficiency.”
The HP Officejet Pro X Series printers were developed with small- and medium-sized businesses and remote offices in mind. The printers have built-in duplex printing capability, two input trays and use HP PageWide Technology to print up to 70 high-quality pages per minute. HP’s PageWide Technology consists of an immobile printhead that’s as wide as a piece of paper, delivering Original HP pigment ink onto a moving sheet of paper.
The HP LaserJet Enterprise flow MFP M525c and HP LaserJet Enterprise color flow MFP M575c printers offer integration with content management solutions with Autonomy for document processing and sharing. Customers can access and organize documents, audio, video, email and web pages using the secure, cloud-based content management solution.
“The HP Flow CM Professional and HP flow MFPs offer us an opportunity to improve employee productivity via collaboration and streamlined processes, allowing us to focus more time toward our customers and overall business,” said Stephen Cassar, CEO, TICKETsage. “We see these offerings as having a very positive impact on our business-making it easy to scan documents, easy to find them in the cloud-based document management system and easy to print out information.”
HP also offers HP ePrint Enterprise, which uses Google Apps mailbox support to allow professionals to print from cloud-based applications.