“In 2013, Samsung demonstrated its leadership in advanced mobile printing technologies by releasing the world’s very first NFC printer, the Xpress C460 Series. In 2014 and beyond, the company will continue to focus on providing easy, user-oriented technologies,” said Choong Ro Lee, President of Samsung Middle East and North Africa. “Today, we are expanding our NFC lineup to include high speed printers that support professional and business users. Samsung will continue to provide mobile printing solutions to meet our consumers’ needs.”
Samsung, a leader in integrated printing software, also unveiled innovative solutions specifically catered to small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) across different industries. These include server-free Business Core Printing Solutions.
Additionally, Samsung’s latest set of printing services, including Samsung’s ‘XOA (eXtensible Open platform Architecture)’ web-based open platform tool, provide customized solutions for distinct verticals. Furthermore, the company today reiterated its commitment to operating alliance programs for global ISVs, Independent Software Vendor, partners such as Ringdale and Equitrac.