LONG BEACH, Calif. – March. 15, 2016 – Epson America, Inc., a leading provider of business imaging solutions, and Impression Solutions, Inc. (ISI), a national value-added distributor of imaging technology and office equipment, today announced that both companies are working together to make Epson’s innovative WorkForce Pro Replacement Ink Pack Printers available for more than 1,000 dealers. As a national distributor, ISI delivers its extensive network an expanded portfolio of hassle-free business printing solutions, which now includes Epson’s award-winning ink pack technology.
“Delivering a broad portfolio of solutions and resources to the channel is a top priority for Epson, and over the last year we have focused on our strategic partners, investing in their growth,” said Tom Kettell, director of Commercial Channel Sales, Epson America, Inc. “Our relationship with Impressions Solutions represents a significant advancement for our channel program, integrating a breadth of solutions, an abundance of resources and support to help our partners achieve their business goals.”
With distribution centers all across America, ISI is able to get office printing needs up and running quickly. Its expertise in providing printer-centric distribution, customized programs and enterprise placements, enables partners to have greater opportunity to excel in the printer marketplace. From small office configurations to a complex network of printers, ISI matches the needs of its reseller partners as it continues to develop and provide new services and products.
Offices of all sizes are constantly looking for ways to save on operating costs, supplies and inventory costs, and color printing costs. Designed to maximize productivity, WorkForce Pro Replacement Ink Pack Printers are ideal for workgroups that value cost-efficient and professional-quality color printing.
“The Replaceable Ink Pack System addresses the most common hassles of office printing and empowers businesses to focus on growing their business instead of managing their printer supplies,” said Larry Trevarthen, director, Business Imaging, Epson America, Inc. “We are excited to be working with Impression Solutions, which is uniquely able to market the Epson Replaceable Ink Pack System to the Business Technology Association dealer community.”
Reducing office printing and printer management hassles, WorkForce Pro Replacement Ink Pack Printers allow businesses to print high impact color documents with low operating costs. Featuring an ink pack system that delivers up to 75,000 pages without changing the ink packs1 and up to a 1,830-sheet total paper capacity2, these commercial printers ensure low intervention rates. And, with ISI’s expertise in printer distribution, more dealers will have access to the ink pack technology, ultimately helping increase printing reliability and cost savings for its network.
“Epson has a long history of providing quality products and timely entry into the marketplace. These new products are right on the mark and perfectly timed for the future of where the printing industry is headed,” said Ron Harper, CEO and president, Impression Solutions, Inc. “The Replaceable Ink Pack System printers from Epson fit nicely into our product portfolio and through this partnership, we are able to offer dealers cost effective printing solutions. We believe our dealers will benefit greatly from this partnership.”
Epson’s Replaceable Ink Pack products are now available through Impression Solutions and other select commercial channel partners. For dealers interested in learning more about Epson’s commercial printing solutions, please visit www.epson.com/workgroupprinters. For more information on how to become and ISI value-added reseller, please visit http://www.impressionsolutions.com/become-reseller.
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