EFI’s Self-Serve M500 Copy & Print Station, Admin Software, Now Available for Ricoh Production Printers
Electronics for Imaging (EFI) and Ricoh Americas report that the EFI Self-Serve M500 Copy and Print Station and EFI Self-Serve AdminCentral software will now be available for use with select Ricoh devices.
The two solutions are designed in particular for colleges and universities, libraries, retail print shops, and other organizations for print-for-pay walk-up printing.
With EFI’s self-serve copy and print technology, walk-up users can print documents such as PDFs, Microsoft Word files, images, and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. The EFI copy and print station accepts files from USB memory drives, mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and email, as well as from cloud-based services such as EFI PrintMe, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.
Users can securely pay for their prints with credit, cash, and campus cards. EFI notes that its self-serve printing technology was one of the first applications to be validated under version 3.0 of the Payment Application Data Security Standard.
EFI says its Self-Serve AdminCentral, a cloud-based Web application, lets administrators set up M500 stations in minutes, and manage multiple stations anywhere with just a Web browser. Administrators can configure devices, add services without changing hardware, and set or adjust prices and tax rates. They can also generate detailed sales and usage reports, monitor real-time device status, and update device software online.
Visit EFI here for more information on its self-serve copy and print technology.
- April 2015: EFI M500 Self-Serve Print-for-Pay Station Now Available for Konica Minolta bizhubs
- February 2015: EFI Self-Serve Print-for-Pay Print Products Now Available for Canon MFPs
- January 2014: EFI Launches New Cloud-Based Management for Self-Serve Print Station; Expands EFI PrintMe
- August 2012: New EFI M500 Self-Serve Station Provides Print-for-Pay Mobile and Cloud Printing