KYOCERA Document Solutions UK Ltd at BETT 2014

08 January 2014

KYOCERA Document Solutions UK Ltd at BETT 2014

KYOCERA Document Solutions will be showing its range of education-friendly document solutions on Stand C88 at BETT 2014, ExCel London, 22 – 25 January 2014. Join KYOCERA’s education experts on-stand for some fresh coffee in a free thermal mug, amazing giveaways and the chance to enter our daily draw to win a Microsoft Surface Tablet 32GB worth £249 for you or your school.

At BETT 2014 KYOCERA is launching its latest HyPAS app, Teaching Assistant, designed to meet the specific needs of the UK education sector. Teaching Assistant automatically marks student papers on the MFP, ensures accurate test reporting and allows teachers more time to focus on their students.

Sarah White, Product Manager, KYOCERA Document Solutions UK Ltd said: “Teaching Assistant streamlines the marking of multiple-choice tests so that with this HyPAS app and a KYOCERA MFP you can automatically print, scan, mark and analyse students’ tests and get detailed reporting on test results. It saves time and avoids errors and we believe it will help make the pressurised lives of teachers a little easier.”

KYOCERA’s education experts will also be demonstrating its solutions for the education sector which include: Equitrac, PaperCut, KYOCERA Mobile Print App, SafeCom and Autostore. Additionally they will be showcasing KYOCERA’s latest HyPAS apps for the education sector as well as KYOCERA’s SIMS Connector and BioStore solutions.

A SIMS Accredited Technical Partner, KYOCERA developed its SIMS Connector in conjunction with Nsi Autostore to ensure the simple, fast and secure storage of documents and information in schools.

The Autostore element within SIMS Connector can scan a document directly to SIMS.net from the Multifunctional Device, ensuring a copy is always held and retrievable. The SIMS Connector has a simple licence model, charged by device and can be considerably cheaper than other SIMS products, largely because there is no additional hardware required. The embedded connector allows the seamless integration of Autostore with SIMS.net and provides significant cost savings, improved security and increased compliance.

BioStore, KYOCERA’s biometric printing technology offers a unique, simple and secure method of identification which saves money and is environmentally friendly. Users scan their fingerprint using a BioStore IDPoint connected to the KYOCERA MFP. The fingerprint information is then sent via the network to the server software, where it is referenced in the database and verified as a user on the network. If the ID number is successfully verified then the user is seamlessly logged into the embedded software on the MFP.

A NEPA partner, KYOCERA is also a member of CPC (Crescent Purchasing Consortium) which operates exclusively for institutions working in the FE (Further Education) sector and operates with partners under the Government Procurement Service and the RM1599 Framework for MFD & Services, MPS and Print Audit Services Contract.  These partnerships have supported KYOCERA’s focus on providing the Public sector with money saving printing solutions in the current climate. A former BETT Awards Finalist, the company was named by IDC as being a ‘major player’ in the IDC's MarketScape: Worldwide Managed Print and Managed Document Services 2013 Hardcopy Vendor Analysis.

Pauric Surlis, KYOCERA’s Public Sector Specialist said: “KYOCERA has worked with UK schools, colleges and universities for over twenty years reducing waste, increasing efficiency and improving productivity. We work with our partners to deliver best practice and most importantly best pricing for our education customers. Our industry-leading portfolio of robust and reliable products and best-of-breed solutions means that we can deliver schools, colleges and universities best value document solutions which work and help lower their carbon footprint. On Stand C88 our friendly team will also be explaining how TCO reduces costs, wasteful printing and carbon emissions.”



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