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Kyocera Mita changes name

Kyocera Mita changes name

New name puts focus on solutions

Kyocera Mita has changed its name to Kyocera Document Solutions as of this month.

According to the company, the name change reflects its growth as a global supplier of document solutions with a focus on "technological innovation and environmental sustainability".

"The change of name to Kyocera Document Solutions reflects their evolution to an organisation that supports hardware, software and services as an integrated package. The change confirms Kyocera Document Solutions as a business enabler for its customers, streamlining communications, enhancing productivity, reducing operating costs and simplifying day-to-day activities," the company says in a statement.

“We’re pleased that our new name clearly reflects our core business and conveys the value we provide to our customers worldwide. We’re about providing document solutions that simplify day to day business operations and that’s part of the value Kyocera provides," says David Finn, managing director, Kyocera Document Solutions ANZ.


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