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Kyocera bets on inkjet as the future

Document solutions firm, Kyocera, believes inkjet production printing will carry the future of the print industry forward, and it has launched an e-book to demonstrate why.

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Kyocera has identified the future of print in inkjet production printing

The company says it believes in inkjet printing as the way forward due to the high return on investment, flexibility and security it offers. 

Production Printing: The Future is Inkjet explores the motivations and factors which have contributed to the industry’s growth and looks ahead at what is in store for what Kyocera describes as “one of the document solutions industry’s most competitive sectors”.

Discussing why the company felt now was the right time to release the e-book, Marcel Ebbenhorst, manager of production print at Kyocera Document Solutions Europe, says: “Inkjet technology has been rapidly advancing in recent years and the impact is now being felt across the industry.

Inkjet technology has been rapidly advancing in recent years and the impact is now being felt across the industry

“We believe that the production print sector will increasingly rely upon inkjet technology as the demand of companies for such products grows and the benefits become even clearer to see.”

With personalisation and consumer demand for additional features boosting the print industry into a new direction, production printers are beginning to look to new markets as part of their strategic growth.

With more businesses exploring these growth market avenues, Kyocera hopes its company philosophy of being creative in the way it works will help to open up new opportunities, with its e-book acting as the “ultimate guide” for beginners and experts alike.

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