Bourg-lès-Valence, France, October 15, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Datamax-O’Neil, a leading manufacturer of stationary, vehicle mount, portable label and receipt printers, showcases its state-of-the-art printing solutions at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2014 (October 12th-16th, Dubai World Trade Center). At the stand of its partner Stallion Systems FZE (hall 1, booth 119A), Datamax-O’Neil features their ultra-rugged and high performance stationary printers, such as the Workstation and Performance Series, the E-Class Mark III as well as the I-Class Mark II and the M-Class Mark II. Visitors of the event can also learn more about the portable and mobile printing solutions like the PrintPAD, microFlash 4te, Apex i series and the RL series.
“Today, smart technology is more important than ever for companies of any size in order to compete on the market,” says Christian Bischoff, Regional General Manager EMEA at Datamax-O’Neil. “We look forward to presenting our expansive printer portfolio at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK. Our intelligent printing solutions do not only enable companies to benefit from an increased productivity of their workers but also from a low total cost of ownership.”
Datamax-O’Neil’s Workstation and Performance Series with industry standard PCL print language, the E-Class Mark III as well as the I-Class Mark II and M-Class Mark II stationary printers all offer fast print speeds, various communication interfaces and convenient handling and can therefore easily be integrated into existing network environments. Due to these features and their robust design, the desktop printers are ideal for use in manufacturing, transport and logistics, and thus contribute to a higher efficiency of work processes.
At GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2014, Datamax-O’Neil also shows its portable and mobile printing solutions such as the PrintPAD integrated printing system, the microFlash 4te and the newly Apple® certified Apex i series as well as the 3- and 4-inch printers RL3 and RL4. The devices are robust and small for comfortable use even during long working shifts and when being on the road. This gives better flexibility to the workers for instance in field service and direct store delivery.