Company : Kyocera Mita India Pvt. Ltd. 
Sunday, April 17, 2011 12:14PM IST (6:44AM GMT)
Kyocera Mita Launches "Smart MFP's in India
New Delhi, Delhi, India

Kyocera Mita India Private Limited, a part of the 11 Billion Dollar Japanese Kyocera Group has launched a new range of Multifunction Printers in the Indian Market. Dubbed as "Smart MFP's", these machines make regular office document processing very simple. The best part is that all standard features are built in and there is no need to spend additionally on the expensive options ! The Managing Director, Mr. K. Swetharanyan said that the new Kyocera Mita machines will "redefine Simplicity in printing". There are two series of "Smart MFP's" being launched : 1. Monochrome 25 and 30 ppm Machines and 2. Brilliant Color 20 and 25 ppm Machines. These machines are expected to allow even people planning to buy entry level machines to look at the option of upgrading to color. The Vice President - Sales and Marketing, Mr. Dilip Kanth said that "As with all Kyocera Mita machines, these new machines will have one of the lowest TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) in their respective class". Kyocera Printers and Copiers are known worldwide for their extreme reliability.

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Lalit Chaturvedi, Marketing Manager, Kyocera Mita India Pvt. Ltd., +91 (124) 4671000
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