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Oki printers pick up BERTL awards

09 Aug 10

BERTL has awarded the Oki C610 and C711 digital colour printers with the BERTL Best 2010 Award at its 15th annual award ceremony.

The C610 was awarded Best Compact Colour Printer, whilst the C711 was awarded Best Small to Medium Workgroup Colour Printer.

“We have received a number of Best level awards from BERTL over the past few years” says Chris Thorley, Trans Tasman Marketing Manager for Oki Australia. “These recent awards are particularly exciting as both models are a perfect fit for the expanding requirements of the Australian and New Zealand business markets”.

Oki says that both models suit a range of operations and businesses.

“A significant number of businesses now look beyond the initial purchase price of the equipment and instead focus on total cost of ownership” added Thorley. “Both models awarded are strong performers and offer customers exceptionally low operating costs combined with superior quality and lifelong performance. Over time this will save customers hundreds and in many cases thousands of dollars, not to mention the increases in productivity” concludes Thorley.

Oki Australia recently appointed Thorley as Oceania Marketing Manager.

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