MANILA, Philippines — The future of every business relies on how much they are able to streamline costs and maximize productivity. The efficient use of IT resources, along with secure and seamless processes, contributes much to the growth of today’s businesses. Given this, Hewlett-Packard (HP) provides businesses with printing solutions that help them save more and do more with the Value Enterprise Printers (VEP), its latest line of LaserJet and Scanjet printers.
Tailor-made to meet the printing needs of businesses, HP VEPs present corporations with scalable solutions depending on the size of the organization. With state-of-the-art features coupled with fast and high-quality printing, HP ensures businesses a secure foothold in managing printing resources and generating higher productivity and less costs.
For more networked environments that require more control over workflows, the HP LaserJet Enterprise 500 MFP M525 series offers the extra edge for secure, smoother, and more productive operations. It can print, scan and copy at impressive speeds1 and save and print files wirelessly through ePrint2. With its 8-inch color touchscreen, users can do one-touch workflows and also preview, zoom, and edit images prior to sending scanned images to a network or device. The MFP M525 series printers can also eliminate blank pages in scanned documents to avoid wasted paper during printing, and protect documents with PIN printing capabilities3.
The HP LaserJet Enterprise 500 Color MFP M575 series provide large-scale businesses and offices in the public sector with high-performance functions built to withstand heavy use and numerous print runs. The MFP M575 series also carries smart and integrated graphical management features such as network sharing, wireless connectivity options, and an 8-inch touchscreen. Security is never compromised with its PIN printing ability and the HP Secure Hard Disk. Furthermore, it can handle automatic two-sided (duplex) printing with different paper types and weights.
The HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M525 and MFP M575 series also come equipped with energy-saving features such as HP Auto-On/Auto-Off that turns the printer on and off according to need. The MFP M525 and MFP M575 series also features HP EcoSMART Fleet, an extension of HP WebJet Admin that lets users collect data, create reports and control settings.
Enhanced Image Scanning And Printing
Businesses with special imaging needs like archiving data from paper sources into digital format can create high-quality scans with the HP ScanJet Enterprise 7000 s2 and ScanJet Enterprise 8500 fn1 Document Capture Workstation. These innovations offer full scanning and high-speed, high-volume printing capabilities.
The HP ScanJet Enterprise 7000 s2 is the most compact of the new HP VEPs. With its small footprint, the ScanJet Enterprise 7000 s2 looks like a standard home printer, but with functions and abilities that can meet the needs of bigger businesses. Featuring HP’s Precision Feed technology, the HP ScanJet Enterprise 7000 s2 ensures flawless performance everytime. Boosting productivity with its low power consumption and advanced scanning features, the 7000 s2 is a great tool for small and medium businesses.
Large businesses, public offices and other enterprises that require heavier use of large-scale image scanning such as copying blueprints or digitizing old records can bank on the benefits of the HP ScanJet Enterprise 8500 fn1 Document Capture Workstation. Sporting a large flatbed that grants scanning of documents up to 34 inches, the ScanJet Enterprise 8500 fn1 can easily convert data from paper into digital format. It is also packed with network abilities supporting different devices that grant shared scanning and printing over a network, streamlining workflows and enhancing productivity.
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