EveryonePrint signs pan-European agreement with Konica Minolta

EveryonePrint has signed a pan-European agreement with Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe. The collaboration will see Konica Minolta expand its portfolio of cloud-based solutions to include EveryonePrint’s Hybrid Cloud Platform (HCP). EveryonePrint’s cloud-native print infrastructure solution will be available to customers across all European operating companies with immediate effect.

“Customers can leverage their investment in Konica Minolta print hardware and achieve better agility through our innovative cloud-based managed print platform and customised app for bizhub devices,” said Tavs Dalaa, CEO, EveryonePrint. “Utilising Konica Minolta’s IWS platform, resellers can simply pre-configure the devices, connect to the customers’ existing IT infrastructure and deploy the application from the cloud – a process that takes minutes and doesn’t require specialist technicians to physically install software on the devices onsite.”

“The global pandemic has accelerated organisations’ broader digital transformation and fast-tracked the deployment of cloud technologies to increase business agility in the face of enforced remote working. Migrating the print infrastructure to the cloud delivers tangible business benefits, frees up the requirement for major upfront capital expenditure and provides the ability to scale up or down to accommodate changing business needs. We’re delighted to partner with EveryonePrint to provide a clear path for our Enterprise and SMB customers to make print part of their cloud-first strategies,” added Keiji Okamoto, President of Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe.

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