Konica Minolta unveiled the magicolor 7450 II grafx color laser printer, which offers the flexibility to express creative layouts, the company said–supporting page sizes up to 12.25 inches by 18 inches for full-bleed designs, and 12.25 inches by 47.24 inches for banner-size creations.

Lexmark promoted its "green" printing and document-management solutions for education. Eco-Copy allows for two-sided copies with the touch of a button. Print Release allows users to send a print job from their workstation or mobile device to be stored and printed later; jobs that have not been printed within a certain amount of time are deleted, eliminating unnecessary printing of forgotten or obsolete jobs. Distributed Capture converts paper documents into digital format so they can be electronically archived, retrieved, and distributed on demand. Automated Supplies Ordering ensures a school will not run out of toner or other print consumables by monitoring its devices and reordering when supplies are low, the company said.

Perceptive Software provides enterprise document management, imaging, and workflow solutions that seamlessly integrate with student information, administration, human resources, and other business systems, the company said. Perceptive’s ImageNow reportedly delivers the supporting documents a school district needs to effectively recruit and manage teachers; provide timely service to students, parents, and employees; and quickly complete daily tasks.

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