Even though it’s often said that office employees don’t get much exercise during the day, Epson claims otherwise. According to the company, specialised in digital imaging technology, an office-employee walks 500 meters a day. Cause of all this activity: printers!
Epson asked 3600 employees from Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the UK how often a day they send out a print job and how far they have to walk to collect it. Results show that they have an average of printing 21 times and walk 24 meters. Which brings up a total of 500 meters a day or 110 kilometers a year (2.6 marathons).
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Inepro releases an update of its innovative modular software solution Inepro Back office suit (iBos). This elaborate and updated version will offer new features, functionalities and more benefits such as simplified license structures and easier installation. iBos provides a number of software modules which connects different operating processes like paying, printing, scanning, access registration and puts them under one transparent and registrable management. iBos consists of the software modules: DocuPRO, CashPRO, AccessPRO and Embedded Client Applications for Ricoh, Konica Minolta and Xerox.
Inepro joined forces and has become a member of the ECCA, the European Campus Card Association. The mission of the association is to assist education institutions to implement secure ID Credentials that will facilitate the operation of campus card programmes and enable information exchange between education institutions. This will be achieved by developing European standards where appropriate and by acting as a forum for interaction, networking and developing partnerships between the institutions and the campus card transaction industry.
The use of smartphones and tablets has increased within our daily lives. Think of internet banking, web & email, and information on the move! Paying by NFC using mobile devices is now popular with more and more banks, telecoms and credit card providers offering NFC solutions.