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OKI Data Americas to Attend the Municipal Information Systems Association Ontario 2014 Annual Conference and Tradeshow

MOUNT LAUREL, NJ--(Marketwired - June 02, 2014) - OKI Data Americas announces its participation in the upcoming Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA) Ontario 2014 Annual Conference and Tradeshow taking place June 8-11, 2014 at the Ottawa Convention Center in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. There in booth #7, OKI Data invites show attendees to learn more about its broad line of A4 multifunction printers (MFPs), along with custom printing solutions that increase productivity and optimize processes. Ideal for the municipal government environment, OKI Data's printing solutions enable secure printing, save time, control costs and reduce waste -- all at an exceptionally low total cost of ownership.

OKI Data will be demonstrating the following products and solutions at MISA Ontario:

  • MC770 -- A colour MFP that combines high-speed output, high print quality, enhanced feature sets, improved user interface, and streamlined document workflow processing into a single device that boasts a strong competitive pricing advantage including both a low cost per copy and low total cost of ownership. Available configurations include convenient finishing capabilities, wireless functionality as a special order, plus expanded paper handling trays and feeders to satisfy the needs of even the most demanding workplace.
  • MB471 -- From OKI's MB401 MFP Series, the award-winning MB471 combines black and white printing and copying, colour/mono scanning with scan-to capabilities, and analog faxing. These affordable, compact, networked MFPs produce professional-looking documents with productivity-boosting speeds and budget-enhancing efficiency.
  • PaperCut MF™ -- A print job accounting and management software solution that works with single function and multifunction printers that feature the smart Extendable Platform from OKI. This software helps organizations save money on excess and unauthorized printing by creating a secure and confidential printing environment. In addition, the software helps account for and allocate the costs of printing and copying.
  • Drivve® -- Drivve Image™ and Drivve Print™ work with OKI smart MFPs to meet the print tracking and image capture needs of most document-intensive environments. Easy to use yet incredibly powerful, this line of software modules and services streamline and improve business processes, giving instant access to all documents.

"OKI Data looks forward to participating in the MISA Ontario 2014 Annual Conference and Tradeshow and giving municipal IT professionals the ability to discuss with us, one-on-one, our advanced printing technologies and document management solutions," said Mario Pallotta, General Manager, Canada at OKI Data Americas. "We are excited to demonstrate the ways in which our multifunction devices and industry solutions meet the needs of the most demanding government agencies."

A MISA conference is an annual milestone of progress for municipal IT professionals and managers, and the companies that work with them. Keynote speeches, workshop presentations and trade-show displays combine to illustrate the direction in which municipal technologies and strategies are headed.

All OKI products are built on parent company OKI Data Corporation's history of leadership and innovation. Most of OKI's colour printing solutions feature Single Pass Color™ as well as proprietary digital LED and HD Colour technologies. These technologies allow OKI to manufacture products that require fewer moving parts for increased reliability and outstanding colour output quality.

OKI Data provides live[1], toll-free technical support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, with agents based in North America. In addition, OKI Data live chat feature is available to customers within the US and Canada seeking online support on weekdays during normal business hours within the Eastern time zone.

OKI, Reg. OKI Electric Industry Co., Ltd.

PaperCut T.M. PaperCut Software International Pty Ltd.

Drivve® is a registered T.M. in certain jurisdictions and Drivve™, Drivve | Image™, Drivve | Print™ and Drivve | DM™ are trademarks of Drivve IP, LLC.

proColor, T.M., OKI Data Americas.

Single Pass Color T.M. and design Reg. T.M. OKI Data Corp.

ENERGY STAR Reg. T.M. U.S. EPA.

[1] Available in the U.S. and Canada

About OKI Data Americas

OKI Data Americas, headquartered in Mount Laurel, NJ, and a subsidiary of OKI Data Corporation of Japan, markets PC peripheral equipment and customized solutions under the OKI® brand, including digital colour and monochrome printers and multifunction products, serial impact dot matrix printers, thermal label and POS printers, as well as a full line of options, accessories and consumables. OKI Data Americas serves the graphic arts and production and specialty printing markets with the OKI proColor™ Series digital production printers. In addition, its Multimedia Production Platform category of production-quality A3 colour devices meets a wide-range of graphic arts and commercial printing needs. Utilizing Genuine OKI toner ensures consistent, reliable and high-quality output that maximizes performance. OKI Data offers a broad portfolio of products built to optimize managed print engagements. OKI Data Americas takes a consultative approach to supporting every customer's needs and delivering individualized print solutions that optimize business performance. The company's innovative technology is backed by Tokyo-based parent company OKI Electric Industry, a leader in telecom, infrastructure and mechatronics systems; and an approximately $4.9 billion multinational corporation according to its FY 2012 financial reporting. Keeping its customers' needs top of mind, OKI Data Americas is ISO 9001:2008 certified and offers a selection of ENERGY STAR® certified products.

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