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OKI Data Americas supports education

June 20, 2012

The company is exhibiting at the upcoming International Society for Technology in Education tradeshow and conference.

OKI Data Americas announces its participation in the 33rd annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) tradeshow and conference, taking place June 24-27, 2012 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA, USA. Supporting the ISTE 2012 theme of “Expanding Horizons,” OKI will demonstrate how schools can improve printing  efficiencies and affordably introduce color in the classroom. OKI will present K-12 administrators, educators, and IT professionals with innovative and cost-effective printing solutions and technologies to help optimize their workplace performance.

A selection of OKI’s full line of cost-effective printing technologies, including color multifunction printers, HD digital color printers, digital monochrome printers and customizable systems, will be showcased within OKI’s exposition booth for hands-on demonstrations. OKI’s broad portfolio of K-12 education-focused printing solutions combines reliability and industry-leading customer support, to deliver vibrant learning environments and a low total cost of ownership (TCO).

Recognizing that schools need to operate within a strict budget, OKI offers a number of helpful printing systems to control print usage and secure output. OKI’s portfolio of products is tailored for education environments, including classrooms, computer labs and libraries.

“OKI looks forward to participating in another ISTE tradeshow, and demonstrating our innovative products and solutions for educators and technology professionals,” says Mike Garofola, senior marketing manager for Channel and Education at OKI Data Americas. “OKI is committed to providing printing solutions designed to optimize performance and increase efficiency in educational settings.”

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