Taking the next bold step in reinforcing its leadership position in supporting business efficiency and value, Brother International (Aust) Pty Ltd is introducing a powerful series of laser printers and Multi-Function Centres (MFCs) to serve a full range of office, workgroup and larger-volume print environments starting from 5-500 employees.
Brother's range of business solutions are known the world over for being both intuitive for end users and highly friendly for IT administrators to manage. In line with this philosophy, Brother International Australia has deployed a nationwide Commercial Market Development team to help customers employ specific print requirements to their large scale work environments.
From firmware changes through to integration with existing infrastructures and networks, or adjustments to the devices themselves, Brother has both the ability and the team to make its solutions work for all Australian businesses.
"Brother continues to deliver durable, reliable and flexible solutions for business and we are extending our offerings to key corporate, healthcare, public sectors, hospitality and retail industries", said Luke Howard, Brother International Australia's Commercial Market Development Channel Manager.
"Our aim is to deliver business productivity and cost-efficiencies first and foremost with key departments. We achieve this through the dependability and reliability that our printers and MFCs represent -all built on Brother quality."
The new Brother L5000 and L6000 Series answer critical office workflow needs within a broad range of office environments and industries. Building on previous generations of Brother business laser printers, these new models offer faster print speeds, more flexible paper handling capabilities, advanced scanning capabilities, convenient mobility features and access to business cloud services.
"Knowing the business user is focused on results, we created this next generation of printers and MFCs to dependably and consistently perform with the features and functionality needed to improve and enhance workflow," Howard notes.
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