Samsung offers printing solutions for Africa’s SMEs

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Samsung Electronics South Africa launched its first mono laser printer ProXpress M4020 and multifunction printer ProXpress M4070 series, specifically for the needs of small to medium-sized businesses. The mono laser printers will drive productivity for SMEs offering cost-effective, reliable printing, while placing high value on infrastructure efficiency.

The series is equipped with Samsung’s web-based open platform architecture, XOA (eXtensible Open Architecture) Web, a 4.3-inch wide colour touch screen, 1GHz dual core CPU, 1GB memory, scan-to-cloud and security enhanced functions. These units also support a 4GB SD card and use extra high yield toner that allows users to increase work productivity whilst keeping down costs.

“Samsung has released XOA Web to expand the number of devices from low-end A4 laser printers to high-end A3 MFPs that are compatible with various B2B solutions,” says Mike van Lier, Business Unit Leader for Enterprise Business at Samsung Electronics South Africa.

“We are continuously looking for opportunities to broaden the solution offering and the availability of products that support XOA. Samsung is therefore strengthening its position in business markets to assist enterprises, channel partners and independent software vendors (ISVs) to utilise, sell and develop customised solutions.”

The extra high yield toner prints up to 15,000 pages and reduces the cost per page, the environmentally friendly Eco-Driver further reduces energy consumption up to 20%.

Samsung’s ProXpress M4020 and M4070 can deliver up to 40 pages per minute, at a resolution of 1200 x 600 optical dpi, which is twice than that of competitors’ at 600 x 600 optical. The series offers this high productivity with fast quality printing.

“Samsung empowers the growth of small businesses through innovative technology. We have taken care to ensure that we are able to meet the specific requirements which entrepreneurs and SME’s have through the development of cost-effective and secure solutions,” concluded van Lier.

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