OKI’s MC883 MFP awarded OEN Office Oscar

OKI Europe's MC883 A3 colour smart MFP has received an Office Oscar from OEN Magazine in recognition of its innovative features and the value it can add to organisations across a range of different sectors. The OEN Office Oscars are awarded to companies with new products, services or initiatives that are raising the bar in terms of standards, excellence, quality and value.

The award is the latest accolade for the MC883 which has been designed to add value to workplaces in the most demanding environments including professional services, healthcare, and construction. 

In professional services environments where fast, accurate and secure document management is essential to meeting client needs, the MC883 provides PIN and ID authentication to keep confidential documents constantly secure with full traceability. In busy 24/7 healthcare environments, the smart MFP provides non-stop support with round-the-clock availability and confidentiality of information. Badges, patient forms and medical information can be printed, scanned, stored, sent and accessed at any time of the day. Construction workgroups can rely on the MC883 to help keep projects on schedule and customers satisfied by providing the uninterrupted on-site ability to print and scan documents and plans to a professional quality at any time. Furthermore, users can maintain the device in any environment without the need for a specialist engineer thanks to easy self-maintenance. 

Clare Brooks, OEN Editor said, "saving time and money, and with print performance and space front of mind, OKI's smart A3 colour MFP, the MC883, is a welcome addition to the most demanding workplaces such as those in the healthcare sector, earning itself one of our coveted Office Oscars awards. Sporting an ergonomic design, the device boasts ease of use and low maintenance, ensuring professional quality and security in order to keep businesses running without any disruption." 

Versatile and easy-to-use, the MC883 has been designed with the user in mind. Powered by OKI's pioneering digital LED technology, this intelligent MFP produces super-sharp text and exceptional High Definition Colour images in ultra-high 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution on a range of media sizes, from A6 to 1.3m banners and weights of up to 256gsm. 

Polfai Ng, Product Marketing Manager, OKI Europe Ltd added, "combining easily customisable workflow capabilities with user-friendly design and sharp 1200 x 1200 dpi colour printing, the MC883 has proven to deliver value in industries where reliable printing is in high demand. This intelligent printer provides the versatility that organisations with complex print requirements need to simplify their workflows without impacting performance or productivity thanks to its flexible software, high-performance componentry and sXP open platform architecture."

With organisations and businesses requiring as much support as possible during these challenging times, in addition to an extended 3-year warranty on product registration, as part of its 'Adapt Today' campaign, OKI is offering a Business Agility pack with an approximate value of €500 with the purchase of a MC883 and a set of CMYK toners. 

Discover more OEN Office Oscar winners by becoming an online member for access to our magazine archive at www.oenmagazine.com/Register. Once registered, click on the Nov/Dec 2020 issue.

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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