Kyocera reported that its sales revenue increased by 46,671 million yen, or 3.0 percent, marking a record high in sales for two consecutive years.
“We will continue to be the industry’s most dealer-centric brand.”
On April 9th, Kyocera Document Solutions of Japan announced a “refresh” of its global corporate brand identity.
The new models feature Kyocera’s new 10.1” color touchscreen, as well as a new higher speed Dual Scan Document Processor with multi-feed detection, and new improved security features.
Sales increased for the Electronic Devices Group and the Industrial & Automotive Components Group as well as for the Document Solutions Group, due in part to contributions from aggressive merger and acquisition activities.
Kyocera said the gains were due to contributions from merger and acquisition activities and increases in sales generated by its Components Business and Document Solutions Group.
Kyocera notes that, today, data and document security are not only important to companies, it’s mandated by regulatory bodies.
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Sales in the Document Solutions Group increased.
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It should also be noted that dealers and solutions’ providers are increasingly relying on third-party cloud-based workflow and data-storage solutions that feature built-in security guarantees.
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