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New tech allows businesses to get more done in less time

01 Aug 17

Today, we work at a speed previous generations could only dream about. We are always on the move.

Upload this photo, download that document, share those files, and print all of these pages.

Devices need to be as multifunctional as we are.

The ApeosPort DocuCentre VI is the new, 8th generation multifunctional device from Fuji Xerox – and it works like you do.

No matter where you are, with the DocuCentre, you get more done in less time because it streamlines processes by automating common business tasks and connecting them to regular applications, cloud services and document workflows.

And it prints faster than you’ve ever seen before. The device can print up to 70 pages per minute.

And, what’s better – it’s secure.

No more worrying about prying eyes seeing your private documents. The device’s Secure Print function holds your documents in the MFD’s memory until you release them, eliminating wastage as well.

Need another layer of security? Implement a password and completely eradicate unauthorised or accidental viewing.

And it’s smart.

The device features Smart WelcomEyes, a human motion detector, that is making the process of printing even faster.

Forget having to press buttons to wake a device up from sleep mode.

The automatic sensing technology recovers the device from sleep mode by detecting a person approaching the machine for use.

But that’s not the only process the device is speeding up.

Introducing one-pass Duplex document scanning, a technology that enables the simultaneous scanning of both sides of the document but with one single pass though the scanning area of the device.

By deploying this device in your workspace, you will see how incredible scanning performance saves time and accelerates productivity because there is nothing more draining than waiting for a slow printer to do its job. 

Moreover, Fuji Xerox is reinventing LED printing.

Fuji Xerox’s breakthrough LED printhead can achieve exceptional image quality and resolution (1,200x2,400 dpi), all while generating very little noise.

Don’t let your printing device slow you down. Get a device that does it all in less time. Get Fuji Xerox’s ApeosPort DocuCentre VI multifunctional device.

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