‘Brother Business Colour Laser Printers’ enhance office productivity, efficiency

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED October 9, 2017 03:53 pm
Photo release/Brother Philippines

(Inside Manila) Brother returns with yet another innovative contribution to the business community.

Sales subsidiary of Japan-based Brother Group, Brother Philippines, has officially launched the new Business Colour Laser Series featuring the single function printer HL-L8360CDW, and the Multi-Function Centre MFC-L8900CDW—both of which are tailor-made for high volume workgroups and growing businesses.

This innovation provides exceptional performance at a very competitive cost-per-page with its efficient two-sided color and mono printing of up to 31 pages per minute (ppm), and an automatic 2-sided scanning, copying, and fax capabilities, among others.

Like the rest of Brother’s products, the new series can be modified to suit unique customer needs through Brother Special Solutions Customization (SSC) and Brother Solutions Interface (BSI), a web-based service platform that enables software developers to create custom solutions easily.

Aside from the advanced paper handling feature, the Business Colour Laser Series includes advanced security capabilities that give businesses full control and protection of print infrastructure, ensuring a cost-effective use of the printer.

Ultimately, the new Business Colour Laser Series, compared to its predecessor series, has 197% increase in maximum paper input, 40% increase in Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) capacity, and 50% increase in maximum toner yield.

“Brother is committed to be ‘At Your Side’ today, tomorrow, and for many more years to come. Brother’s Business Colour Laser Series is engineered to be reliable and affordable while enhancing business productivity and efficiency over the long term,” says Glenn Hocson, president at Brother Philippines.

“These printers will exceed the expectations of businesses looking for secure, low-cost, high-volume printing solutions,” he adds.

For more information, visit Brother Philippines’ website or their official Facebook page— with Brother Philippines



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