JKOA -Toshiba launch latest MFPs series

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John Keells Office Automation (JKOA) in association with Toshiba TEC unveiled its latest e-STUDIO2303, e-STUDIO2309 and e-STUDIO2809 series multifunction products (MFPs). 


The newly-minted monochrome introductions to its industry-acclaimed e-STUDIO line equip smaller businesses and workgroups with superb A3 performance within the incredibly compact and durable design. Touting an array of super print speeds, colour scanning capability, sharp resolutions, network and security solutions, these impeccable all-in-one innovations are all set to drive greater affordability, higher efficiencies and sky rocket productivity for small-to-medium size businesses (SMBs).


The timing of e-STUDIO launch is just right when technologies converge and companies are looking towards streamlining operations to reduce cost and increase efficiency. 


As this wave of change surges across businesses in Sri Lanka, there is a growing demand for digital multifunction printers that incorporate the convenience of print, scan, copy and fax in a network environment at a low total cost of ownership (TCO). In addition, as output demand is fast moving from black and white to colour, it is imperative for JKOA’s customers and businesses to experience the ‘colours’ of Toshiba e-STUDIO.


For businesses seeking for true performance, with larger brains and a smaller body, economical yet rich with features, monochrome with colour capabilities, then Toshiba’s e-STUDIO line of MFPs is the perfect match for all office needs.

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