KYOCERA – The high performance printer with extensive paper handling capabilities

Does your business have large and demanding workgroups that need fast, efficient and high quality printing options in-house? Kyocera has launched the FS-C8650DN to meet your businesses needs.

We asked George Kharoufeh, Senior Product Manager of Kyocera Document Solutions Australia and New Zealand about the new Kyocera product and its functionality.

 

Tell us about the paper handling capabilities of the new device and what this means for the user:

The FS-C8650DN offers the advanced paper handling functionality of a multifunctional device in this single function printer. This means that the machine is able to offer the user a high paper capacity and the most flexible paper handling options of any printer in the segment.

It can handle up to 8 different paper sizes so if your business needs to print labels or envelopes, posters or banners, booklets or flyers, the FS-C8650DN can print them all. The range of finishing options available include stapling, punching, booklet stitching and tri-folding adding the quality of finish your business deserves. The machines are ideal for industries such as Lawyers’ offices, Dentists or Schools where workgroups require a variety of functions on the one device. ”

Read more of this post

KYOCERA raises funds for Cancer Council whilst cooking up a Masterchef feast.

Kyocera recently held a Master Chef competition at our Sydney HO. Participants were tasked with creating a dish that would suitably feed some hungry but harsh judges.  Competition was fierce and a feast was had by all!

 A variety of cuisine from all around the world competed to be crowned the winner of  Kyocera Master Chef 2012. The accounts team representatives Marilyn and Jon brought a taste of Asia with San Choy Bow and Satay chicken.

IT was represented by Paul with his Apple and Rhubarb Crumble, whilst the sales team sent Suzanne with her mini passionfruit cheesecakes, which were a firm favourite.

Reigning champion from 2011, Nelson from IT, said ” Competition this year was tough. I saw one person eat dessert before their main course!”

The winner was a sticky date pudding with caramel sauce and crunchy praline, baked by Rebecca from the Finance team. 

During our Master Chef competition the social club sold teddy bears, pens and other Daffodil Day merchandise. The receipts from sales were donated to a the Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day which raises funds for cancer research and financial assistance for cancer patients and their families. KYOCERA Document Solutions Australia has participated in this charity event since 2001 and will continue to actively support Daffodil Day in the future.

%d bloggers like this: