Toshiba’s Multifunction Printer User Interface Provides Unparalleled Customization
Toshiba today introduced Elevate™ − a new technology that enables each of the company’s multifunction printers (MFPs) to display a user interface custom-designed for the individual client.
Engineered for use with the company’s latest e-STUDIO™ multifunction printers, Elevate simplifies operation by enabling end users to complete sophisticated multi-step tasks with the touch of a button. Automating frequently-used functions, Toshiba’s customizable user interface streamlines document workflow while significantly improving overall organizational efficiency.
Elevate provides easy access to business applications, enhanced security and advanced scanning and finishing operations. Toshiba’s new user interface further increases efficiency and productivity by integrating with document workflow and productivity software, industry-specific solutions and cloud applications.
Featuring language and imagery for a wide range of market segments, e-STUDIO MFPs equipped with Elevate integrate into any office workflow. Organization logos and other branding elements may also be added within Elevate for a completely customized solution.
“Toshiba’s new Elevate platform sets the foundation for what promises to be a highly intuitive user interface that will simplify the user experience and streamline common and even more advanced scan and copy workflows,” said George Mikolay, Associate Director of A3/Production for Keypoint Intelligence. “With Elevate, processes that previously required several steps or even digging through more advanced menus can be boiled down to a few minor steps or even one touch.”
“Elevate is unlocking the full potential of MFPs today as it personalizes the customer experience for specific industries, companies and departments,” said Bill Melo, Toshiba America Business Solutions chief marketing executive. “Our newly-introduced user interface simplifies today’s workflow – from the everyday to the most complex functions – with the touch of a button.”