Lexmark™ introduces Mobile Print Application
Lexmark proves its mettle once again in the print, move and manage space by offering another innovative tool for mobile users that enables them to print and fax from a BlackBerry device
Lexmark has introduced a Mobile Print Application for Cisco Cius – a business tablet designed by Lexmark to meet the requirements of enterprise workers on the go. The launch was announced in Las Vegas at the annual IT and communications conference of Cisco called Cisco Live on July 11, 2011.
Cisco Cius is an innovative and highly secured business tablet that combines audio, video, collaboration and virtualization capabilities in a single portable device. Lexmark has been offering mobile printing processes since 2008, as its business customers always wanted ways to print from their BlackBerry devices. Lexmark chose to go with Cisco for the launch of this Mobile Printing Application because of the latter’s strong rapport with business customers. To enjoy the benefits of the newly introduced Mobile Print Application, mobile devices that are enabled on a company’s corporate network would require no cable and downloading of printer drivers, and very less tweaking with the configuration. The application does not require any additional support, such as servers from businesses’ technology departments, a factor that makes it more appealing.
This enterprise-class Mobile Print Application is also compatible with other Android-based tablet computers and mobile operating systems, including that of Apple. Although the Mobile Print Application is optimized to work with Lexmark printers, Lexmark is quite hopeful that it will be able to support mobile printing through other brands’ output devices too that support standard file formats such as PDF, JPEG, and TIFF etc.
Lexmark also introduced a new Lexmark solution called Branch Capture Solution, which is designed to automate document workflows in the financial sector, apart from providing automatic routing and tracking of documents loans and new account openings.