OKI Europe launches smart MFP for healthcare environments

OKI Europe has launched the MC883, an A3 colour smart multifunction printer (MFP) for the busy healthcare sector where accessing patient records quickly and securely is critical.

Providing non-stop support to healthcare organisations running a 24/7 service, the MC883 ensures the availability and confidentiality of information at all times. Thanks to easy self-maintenance, the MC883 can be relied on without the need to call an engineer, so documents, such as badges, patient forms and medical information can be printed, scanned, stored, sent and accessed at any time of the day, uninterrupted. Furthermore, the robust security of the MC883 safeguards patient data throughout the document workflow.

Javier Lopez, General Manager Vertical Solutions, OKI Europe Ltd said, "the ability to access patient files when needed is important for healthcare organisations to run efficiently.

"Having to wait for an engineer to attend on-site or visit the next day is disruptive and wastes valuable time, potentially impacting critical patient care. With OKI's MC883, routine maintenance issues can be resolved easily, while the robust security helps to protect confidential information making it ideal for supporting healthcare professionals and patients in even the busiest healthcare environments."

Built on the same print engine as OKI's C800 Series, the world's smallest digital A3 colour printer, the MC883 can conveniently fit into busy environments such as hospitals and GP surgeries where space is at a premium.

The MC883 delivers 1200 x 1200 dpi colour print resolution, ensuring clarity for patients, admin staff and healthcare professionals, thanks to OKI's pioneering digital LED technology. The smart MFP also features an easy-to-use 7" colour touchscreen that can create and record custom Job Macros for frequent tasks and help to save time, while advanced security features safeguard confidential records with access secured through PIN or ID authentication.

The MC883 also features OKI's exclusive SENDYS Explorer, all-in-one software that boosts efficiency by digitising, sharing and organising all documents in a flexible and secure way. The software is embedded in OKI's Smart MFPs and can be accessed via a web browser. Advanced security features guarantee patient safety and security, while smart document digitising and filing, speeds up the reporting process and increases the accuracy of patient records. Hospitals and clinics can quickly scan, file and share documents in real-time, making them accessible anywhere, at any time for those with the right authorisation.

Company Details

OKI SYSTEMS (UK) LTD

Blays House
Wick Road
Egham
TW20 0HJ
UNITED KINGDOM

01784 274300

www.okieurope.co.uk

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