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Brother UK launches new business inkjets to help partners capitalise on a growing market

Brother UK is launching two new ranges of business inkjet printers in a bid to help channel partners capitalise on a market which has grown 7% year-on-year.*

Brother J6930 DW
Brother J6930 DW

The J5000 and J6000 series offer full-colour A3 printing and scanning within compact A4-sized machines, cementing Brother’s position as market leader in the A3 business inkjet category.

The six new models, targeted at SMB and SOHO end-users, offer low cost, reliable and efficient printing.

The ICT services provider has introduced the models to help SMBs increase print efficiency with fastest-in-class FPOT (fastest page out time) and FCOT (fastest copy out time) – as low as six seconds.

Models are durable and reliable, meaning they can withstand busy office environments with lots of different users. All machines also have improved paper trays to prevent jams.

The machines use high-yield cartridges to ensure print costs are kept to a minimum, and also offer better mono and colour print quality through Pigment Ink technology.

Brother J6530 DW
Brother J6530 DW

Both ranges feature a host of built-in cloud and mobile connectivity options, including Google Cloud print and AirPrint as well as Brother’s own iPrint & Scan app, supporting businesses with collaborative working environments.

Andy Johnson, Head of Product Management at Brother UK, said: “We see real opportunities for partners in the business inkjet market – its growth in the past year is a sign of things to come.

“SMB customers are looking for cost effective machines which they can trust to deliver, and that also work seamlessly in modern office environments. This means they need to be quick to support fast-paced working cultures and offer a range of connectivity options to integrate with different devices.

“As market leaders in this category, we’re confident that our new solutions are the best out there to help partners meet the needs of SMB and SOHO end-users.”