Brother launches new network scanners for targeted industries

In a bid to become the leading scanner vendor, Brother have added a new ADS scanner range to their portfolio, giving customers the option of devices to scan from without the need for a central PC, boosting sharing ability.

The four new models (ADS-2400N, ADS-2800W, ADS-3000N, and ADS-3600W) are targeting SMB-sized organisations in the legal, education, healthcare and insurance sectors who will benefit from improved productivity and efficiency of document capture.

Other features of the new scanners will include high-volume scanning ability, two-sided scanning, one-touch programmable ability, and compatibility with Brother's iPrint&Scan app to connect with mobile devices.

Salim Hasan, Technical Product Manager at Brother UK said, "given that scanning can be so central to day-to-day work as well as significant archiving projects, increasing efficiency and productivity is a key part of what end-users seek form scanner solutions to migrate the extensive time need to complete tasks. As such this has been a central part of out design of the new models."

This news follows on from Brother's launch of the PDS-Flatbed range at the end of last year, combining ADF scanning with a flatbed component to scan a range of media documents. As products increase, Brother sees further sales opportunities and as Salim adds, "for channel partners, there are significant opportunities to capture growth across a broad variety of end-user customers."

Company Details

BROTHER UK LTD

Shepley Street
Audenshaw
MANCHESTER
M34 5JD
UNITED KINGDOM

0161 330 6531

www.brother-uk.com

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