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Imaging Technology stocks new Fujitsu scanner

Imaging Technology stocks new Fujitsu scanner

MT WELLINGTON-based imaging and video specialist Imaging Technology says it now offers the full range of scanning technology with the new Fujitsu document scanner.

Imaging Technology marketing manager Marilyn Shi says the Fujitsu ScanSnap Fi-511OEOX document scanner is a quality product for high-use needs.

“Prices start from under $1,000 and go up to $30,000–$50,000. It depends on the speed requirements and page formats the client needs,” Shi says. “We are also offering leasing solutions to resellers.”

Shi says Fujitsu New Zealand will promote the product to government agencies, while Imaging Technology will focus on corporate clients and sell through resellers that include Gen-i, Computerland and Axon.

The ScanSnap allows scanning directly to PDF, email or file and scans 15 double pages per minute.

Fujitsu New Zealand services account manager Tim Clarkson says the year-long direct marketing campaign to customers with high usage has been successful.

“We’re focusing on customers with usage of up to 60,000 pages a day, not just government departments but education groups as well. We now have a continuing presence in the New Zealand market,” he says.


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