Lexmark enhances cloud offerings for end-users

Lexmark has announced enhancements to its core Cloud Services offerings, Cloud Print Management for direct users.

Lexmark Cloud Print Management (CPM) allows customers of all sizes to simplify processes, streamline costs and relieve IT burden. The new updates further amplify the solution:

  • Third party support-Customers with multiple brands of print devices can now utilise the features of Lexmark Cloud Print Management across all devices, not just Lexmark devices. An external adapter attaches to the non-Lexmark printer or MFP and enables print management with badge release, without the need for additional on-premise infrastructure. 
  • Guest print-Ideal for businesses that offer guests print access, new guest print features allow guests to use print release. Rather than scanning a badge to release a print job with a cloud account, the guest user submits the document they wish to print, then receives a unique pin number via email to trigger print release.   

Brock Saladin, Lexmark Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer said, "the adoption of cloud-based technologies and solutions continues to rise, with many CIOs directing a 'cloud-first' approach. The pandemic accelerated this trend, as cloud-based solutions offer an effective, secure and cost-saving way of connecting the remote and hybrid workforce in post-pandemic business environments."

Lexmark Cloud Services addresses these trends by providing a full suite of cloud-based services to deliver remote device management, print job management, document accounting and scan management features to ensure users are always capable of printing and scanning documents, which enhances productivity and flexibility.   

Brock added, "Lexmark brings a full suite of cloud printing solutions to any print environment, from small companies to large enterprises. Our industry leadership in document and device security forms the backbone of the Lexmark Cloud, which offers the same levels of award-winning security, control and performance as our entire product line. We look forward to delivering additional cloud capabilities yet this year."

Company Details

Lexmark International Ltd

Highfield House
Foundation Park 8
Roxborough Way
Maidenhead
SL6 3UD
UNITED KINGDOM

jennifer.arthur@lexmark.co.uk

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