Brother International (Australia) has expanded its offering to the business-to-business sector with the introduction of a series of laser printers and multi-function centres (MFCs) aimed at small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and larger-volume print environments.
Brother's newly-established Commercial Market Development (CMD) team is charged with servicing the print requirements of the SME sector and its 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.
“From firmware changes through to integration with existing infrastructures and networks, or adjustments to the devices themselves, Brother has the team to make its solutions work for all Australian businesses,” Luke Howard, Brother’s commercial market development channel manager, said.
The new MFC range includes several models exclusive to the independent dealer groups, which were recently introduced to the new line-up and members of the CMD team at Brother's newly-opened VIP commercial showroom at Allphones Arena in Homebush Olympic precinct.
“The L5000 and L6000 Series answer critical office workflow needs within a broad range of office environments and industries,” Howard said. “These new laser models offer faster print speeds, more flexible paper handling capabilities, advanced scanning capabilities, convenient mobility features and access to business cloud services," he said.
The range includes the first Brother laser models to support Google Cloud Print 2.0 - offering businesses a fast printing solution. The printers also support a wide range of other mobile print technologies, including AirPrintTM and Mopria.
For businesses with higher print and scan volumes, Brother is rolling out two business-durable machines: the Brother HL-L6400DW printer and the MFC-L6900DW MFC.
Brother distributors include Alloys, Dynamic Supplies, Synnex, XIT and Leader.
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