Exertis has announced the availability of the Epson Print365 managed print solution for its UK and Ireland resellers.
Each Epson Print365 package includes an eco-friendly Workforce Pro business inkjet printer, automated supply delivery, and full on-site service and support.
Al Coyne, Exertis, Print General Manager said, “the demand for managed print services continues to rise and the Epson Print365 proposition provides a simple solution for resellers that want to offer their customers cost-effective, peace of mind printing and support within a fixed, all-inclusive, monthly fee. This is a great opportunity for a reseller to provide a print solution for any size of company that wants a combination of great printing but low energy consumption, taking advantage of Epson’s renowned stance on sustainability.”
The Epson Workforce Pro range is suitable for small to medium or medium to large workgroups and includes WorkForce RIPS (Replaceable Ink Pack System) which comes with up to 86,000 pages worth of ink. Epson continues to lead the industry shift from laser to business inkjet printing with lower TCO (total cost of ownership) from high ink yields, low energy user and reduced user intervention. The Epson Print365 solution gives customers full control and visibility of printing cost and removes the headache out of managing it.
Ian Keene, Epson (UK) Ltd, Sales Manager added, “we are delighted that Exertis can offer our Epson Print365 solution to their wide range of resellers, particularly in the SME sector where this proposition has become more popular for businesses that want easy to use printers that offer improved document security and lower environmental impact. Access to our full range of business inkjet devices, proven Epson support and the ability to offer a hassle-free managed solution to customers are great reasons for resellers to take advantage of Print365. In addition, the eco messaging deriving from our energy-efficient devices is an increasingly influential message for resellers when selling our products, offering them a differentiated approach.”