Epson Targets Financial Institutions and Embassies in Kenya With New Printer

Epson has introduced into the local market a new range of printers targeting financial institutions, Saccos and Embassies as it strives to grow its business in Kenya.

The range which consists of PLQ-22CS and PLQ 22CSM printers are specifically tailored for financial institutions and embassies and come with an in-built scanner and feature speed, quality and reliability that banks need for fast throughput and customer satisfaction. The printers can also be used by embassies to print visas on passports and other specialised banking documents.

The printers have in-built high-speed duplex colour scanner which will help financial institutions to eliminate the risk of counterfeit cheques by combining the high resolution and high-speed scanner with an application for verifying signatures or detecting counterfeit cheques. The printer is also able to process cheques speedily with this multi-function device that reads magnetic characters on cheques, prints, and scans both sides of a cheque simultaneously.

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Robert Alai is a respected Kenyan blogger, technical evangelist, and social justice activist. Robert is known for his hard-hitting articles and opinions disseminated through his Twitter handle or Facebook page. he is the founder of KahawaTungu.


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