FAYETTEVILLE, NC – August 24, 2017 – Systel has been named, out of a select number of dealers, as an exclusive HP Partner for the rollout of their new A3 Multifunction Printers (MFPs) portfolio.
The new A3 portfolio, being called the “World’s Most Secure MFPS” transforms today’s copier experience for customers and service professionals by offering advanced security features unmatched in the marketplace, affordable color and advanced service performance.
HP’s focus is on reinvention and their vision and strategy is to drive profitable growth and expand both its channel and print businesses. As Dion Weisler, President & CEO of HP states, “HP operates to a very simple formula, the strength of the channel equals the health of HP.”
The new A3 MFP product line’s simple design and value proposition targets end customers with key factors which offer enhancements to the customer’s overall user experience in the following three categories: to maximize up time, provide affordable color options and offer the most security to the device, the document and the data. Additional highlights of the equipment includes up to 2X faster output and environmental benefits using less energy consumption than its competitors.
HP's launch of its new A3 portfolio comes a few hours after the company disclosed plans to acquire Samsung Electronics' printer business for $1.05 billion in 2016. The premier A3 portfolio offers mono and color devices in Laserjet that range from 22-60 pages per minute (PPM) with endless accessories options available.
Systel received the first shipment of the new A3 line which includes the following Laserjet model series:
Systel has published multiple competitive pricing schedules including an HP Polysub program which can be used for state & local agencies as a supplement to Systel’s 204D NC State Contract award.
The launch of HP’s Pagewide A3 products will follow in the fall of this year. The HP PageWide Pro devices are expected to make color printing even more affordable, while simultaneously providing best-in-class print speeds.