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Kyocera Corporation is a Japanese multinational ceramics and electronics manufacturer headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Kyocera printers and multifunctional products (MFPs) deliver economic and ecological benefits. Our Managed Document Services can streamline your entire workflow ― optimizing hardware, shrinking your environmental footprint, and allowing your IT staff to focus on their core responsibilities.

Sharp Copier

Copiers have progressed rapidly since the first commercial machine over 5 decades ago and have swiftly developed into the modern era of technology. Sharp started in the MFP and printer business in 1972 and today make some of the most widespread and powerful modern photocopiers and multifunction copiers (MFPs). The design of photocopiers reflects advances used in technology across the board.


Modern innovation goes hand-in-hand with an increasingly technological world. From ensuring information security to printing and scanning on-the-go, Brother is At Your Side.Over the years, Brother has won the iF Design Award multiple times. This award is one of the most prestigious and recognised design awards in the world, and is given based on the aesthetics.


Samsung K2200 helps reduce operating costs with high capacity toner, imaging units, and eco-friendly features. It also can increase your productivity with excellent print and scan speeds, simple printer management, and convenient consumable installation. Reduce operating expenses with economical features like High-capacity consumables and Eco-friendly power efficiency.

Ricoh Digital Duplicator

Headquartered in Tokyo, the Ricoh Group is a global technology leader with operations in about 200 countries and regions. In the financial year ending March 2017, it had worldwide sales of 2,028 billion yen (approx. USD 18.2 billion). Ricoh is present in India for over 37 years, and operates through a robust pan-India network of 17 offices and over 1,000 business partners.

Riso Digital Duplicator

The RISO digital duplicator prints on a much broader range of media at speeds that cannot be matched by common office technology. The RISO digital duplicator (previously called the Risograph) is specifically designed to bridge the gap between copier and offset systems by handling run lengths that are too long for copiers or laser printers and too short for offset printers.