Thursday, 21 March 2013 08:48

Caltex says OK to OKI

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Caltex is installing OKI printers in its company-owned and franchised petrol stations.

Caltex is rolling out 100 OKI MC362 A4 colour multifunction printers to its company-owned petrol stations, and 500 B431dn A4 mono single function printers to its franchised sites.

The choice was said to be based on robustness, reliability, media handling and printing capabilities, nationwide technical service, and reduced cost per copy.

The physical deployment of the printers is being handled by Fujitsu.

"We are thrilled that Caltex has chosen OKI to facilitate efficiencies in their retail environment as well as improve customer experiences," said said OKI Data Australia marketing manager Antonio Leone.

"Operating in a market where customers have more choices and higher expectations than ever before, we were able to offer solutions which incorporated superior functionality, are easier to use and require less administrative support."

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