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Samsung unveils ‘The Next Big Thing’ in the printing industry


Last updated: June 9th, 2016 at 11:00 UTC+02:00

Samsung held its annual European Printing Partner Summit from 8th – 9th June in Budapest, Hungary to unveil ‘The Next Big Thing in Printing Solutions.’ The company presented its strategy, highlighted key developments over the past one year, and gave insights on global printing solution trends.

Samsung highlighted its complete range of smart printing solutions, printing hardware, and its Channel Managed Print Services (MPS) + Plus program. The MPS Print+ program, which received a lot of attention, provides simple, automated, low-cost MPS solutions to Samsung partners. The company also showcased mobile printing, Remote Call (a paid remote service app designed to minimize service visits), and the Samsung Smart Printer Diagnostic System (SPDS).

We are striving to bring innovation to the European market through our unique ability to create solutions that integrate multifunction devices for smart office environments. Samsung will continue to expand its B2B printing market share through collaborations with industry leaders and partners to build a new printing ecosystem,” said David SW Song, Senior Vice President of Printing Solutions Business at Samsung Electronics.

The South Korean firm won the Range of the Year award from Buyers Laboratory Inc. for its professional printing solutions. Samsung will launch its MPS Print+ program in the UK and Belgium this month, and the rollout to other European countries will happen in the second half of 2016.

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