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Sydney, Australia –17 July 2018
Keypoint Intelligence - Buyers Lab, the world's leading authority on the document imaging industry, announced the winners of its inaugural Reliability award. Presented once every three years, the Buyers Lab Reliability award honours the manufacturers whose product lines are determined to be the most reliable, based on the combined results of all models subjected to Buyers Lab's rigorous reliability testing.
Reliability is a key concern for buyers, since a reliable device helps minimize downtime, resulting in improved worker productivity. After compiling performance data for every major OEM that submitted devices for laboratory testing from 2012 to 2018, the highly experienced analyst team has selected KYOCERA as a winner in the following area.
KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc.Most Reliable Colour Copier MFP Brand 2018–2021
Kyocera Colour Models Promise Maximum UptimeWhen comparing the reliability performance of all colour copiers tested, Kyocera was a shoo-in. “All of Kyocera's colour copiers demonstrated excellent reliability, with every device scoring 10 out of 10," noted George Mikolay, Associate Director of Copiers/Production for Keypoint Intelligence - Buyers Lab. “With a low misfeed rate and zero service interventions required, Kyocera colour copiers are designed to keep users productive."
About Buyers Lab Reliability AwardsAs the leading independent authority on document imaging, Buyers Lab performs the most intensive durability testing in the industry, making a Buyers Lab Reliability award quite distinctive. Buyers Lab's team of analysts evaluates test data from both the US and UK to determine the winners based on business-critical factors, including total tested impressions, number of misfeeds, and service interruptions.