If you are looking to increase your business’s productivity, faster printing and scanning should be a significant part of the solution you choose. Incorporating a fleet of the latest generation of enterprise printers into your workflow will help you achieve this. In this article, we discuss the HP LaserJet 600 within an office environment.
HP’s enterprise printers and multifunction printers (MFPs) are designed with boosted productivity in mind, integrating devices and software seamlessly to deliver outputs of unprecedented speed and efficiency.
Enterprise printers such as those in HP’s Laserjet 600 series are multifunction devices that enable printing, scanning, copying and faxes at enhanced speeds. Some models go up to a print speed of 75ppm (pages per minute). This is highly accelerated printing: at more than a page per second, you are unlikely to have your machines jammed up with pending print jobs. In addition, the scanning functions on these models operate at speeds of up to 180 ipm (images per minute). These speeds equate to high volumes of output at rates that are currently unequalled by any other enterprise printer models.
What’s more, HP enterprise printers are more cost-effective and user-friendly than ever thanks to solutions such as HP’s Universal Print Driver. The universal driver takes the place of various machine-specific drivers, reducing costs and creating a consistent user experience for desktop and mobile users. You can easily optimise your printing and scanning environment, implement policies across the entire fleet and allow simpler, more straightforward printer operation for your whole team.
With HP enterprise printers, your staff can print directly from their smartphones or tablets. They can access the printer via WiFi, without even being connected to the company network. Printing is thus made quicker and easier, while still maintaining the security of your documents and network.
The HP LaserJet 600 is an industry-leading series of enterprise printers that help you accelerate your workflow. If you would like to know more about these MFPs and how to integrate them into your networks and enjoy their benefits, contact us.