Kyocera Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, announces the launch of PinPoint Scan and Print & Follow™ SE. These two new business applications enhance scan and print personalisation from Kyocera HyPAS enabled multifunctional products over a network. Both applications allow easy, on-demand scanning and printing on shared devices without loss of privacy and security, especially for small and medium sized businesses.
In addition, Kyocera modules pass new, intensified hailstorm tests carried out by TÜV Rheinland
Kyoto / Neuss − Aesthetic appeal and maximum efficiency: that combination secured the Swiss Solar
Prize for a gymnasium complex in Visp sporting Kyocera modules.
This year's Kyocera European Service Award goes to a German service technician. Oliver Niklas, of SBT Schmitz Buero- & Datentechnik, prevailed against 11 finalists from other European countries, winning the hotly contested trophy for Kyocera's authorised service centre in Düsseldorf.
Kyocera Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, confirm its on-going commitment to Managed Document Services (MDS). Kyocera continues to build on its responsible heritage which has led to creative solutions to complex document workflows while driving environmental sustainability. Long life components and a complete product portfolio help to minimise environmental impact and increase simplicity. Kyocera MDS also brings an interesting twist to the Kyocera portfolio with its core strategy of coexisting and creating prosperity with its partners.
Outstanding achievements in science and culture honored
Kyoto/Neuss – Electronics engineer Dr. Robert Heath Dennard, evolutionary biologist Dr. Masatoshi Nei, and jazz musician Cecil Taylor received the Kyoto Prize on Sunday November 10. Along with the Nobel Prize, the award is one of the world’s highest honors in the fields of culture and science. Every
year, the Inamori Foundation — established by Kyocera founder Dr.
Kazuo Inamori — recognizes laureates in three categories for their lifetime achievements. The prize is worth 50 million yen (currently around €372,000*) per category.