July 26, 2018 — Oberon and MPS Monitor gained recognition at the HP JetAdvantage Partner Conference held at HP Inc.’s headquarters in Boise, Idaho.
The award that recently HP assigned to Oberon and MPS Monitor confirms the commitment, always innovative and concrete, of the two companies in the development of HP JetAdvantage technologies and integrated solutions with HP Smart Device Services. All this with the goal of providing HP customers, partners and resellers all over the world, with more advanced solutions for Managed Print Services and more efficient tools for technical support and devices maintenance.
“We are very proud to share this award with all our customers and with our team”, – says Nicola De Blasi, CEO of MPS Monitor – “and together with our partner Oberon we are thrilled to work on the most innovative technologies now available for the Imaging Channel, and to do this together with a market leader like HP “.
The artificial intelligence and predictive analytics systems recently introduced by HP with Smart Device Services open new horizons on the future of Managed Print Services, by applying the Internet of Things paradigm to the world of printing: the concept of the Internet of Printers is now real and available to users.
“We are fully aware that we are bringing to the market a technology that is profoundly reshaping the world of office printing” – continues De Blasi – “thus contributing to a wide revolution aimed at greater business efficiency and environmental impact reduction, with a consequent positive impact at global level.”
MPS Monitor is currently one of the few printer monitoring systems in the market that provide a full and comprehensive HP Smart Device Services integration, by implementing all the features and functionalities available in the HP SDS platform. For more information and a free access to HP SDS, visit www.mpsmonitor.com/sds/
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