Konica Minolta has been named in the Market Guide for Managed Print Services (MPS) in the Digital Workplace by Gartner.
MPS providers named in the June 2020 report: “are able to deliver MPS from small and large enterprises within a broad array of industries and in at least three global regions. In this Market Guide, we have included the providers that have received the most client interest based upon searches on Gartner.com and customer inquiry.”
Olaf Lorenz, Senior General Manager, Digital Transformation Division, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe said, “our customers large and small share a common need: having infrastructure and services at their disposal that makes their specific work processes secure and seamless, be they digital or print. We identify the ideal solutions and provide those from our large portfolio of integrated, cloud-based printing and digital workflow solutions. We are honoured by Gartner’s acknowledgement in its Market Guide and are pleased to be named among the providers of managed print services for our offerings.”
As the digital workplace evolves, Konica Minolta realises the necessity of providing advanced capabilities to further drive the ‘Intelligent Connected Workplace’. These include cloud enablement and services, as well as app-enabled print platforms.
Dispatcher Phoenix is a Konica Minolta scanning and document workflow management solution, which allows customers to manage document/content capturing, workflow design and automation capability using an intuitive user interface and a robust platform.
Dispatcher Paragon is a print management solution with a highly secure print environment that enables users and costs to be managed efficiently. Dispatcher Suite combines these two solutions to provide an all-in-one, integrated platform, streamlining all processes from print management and document capture through to workflow management.
Olaf added, “We are confident that Dispatcher Suite is playing a key role in terms of further accelerating our successful MPS engagements, as it offers added convenience and tangible value to our customers. This solution helps them expand their digital transformation from MFP fleet management into content capturing and workflow management.”
Konica Minolta has also recently deepened its alliance with M-Files, allowing customers to use the next-generation M-Files intelligent information management platform when working with Konica Minolta solutions. The M-Files AI-powered information management solution organises content based on what it is, not where it is stored. Users can connect to existing network folders and systems to make them more intelligent, with built-in workflow capabilities and advanced search and filter tools.
To optimise customer workflows and processes—both digital and in print—Konica Minolta is taking a holistic approach that enables its solutions to be integrated with each other. Workplace Hub is an IT solution for small and medium-sized enterprises. Available in different versions, it combines best-in-class hardware with compatible software and managed services, unburdening and empowering their IT.