virtual.drupa 2021 will dedicate each of the four days to a specific industry-related theme: Artificial Intelligence, Circular Economy, Connected Consumer, Platform Economy.
The event will feature an array of keynote speakers which include experts from across the print technology industry.
Kyocera has elected to take part in the event in order to showcase its flagship inkjet production printing device, the TASKalfa Pro 15000c. It will provide a platform to showcase how we view our future with a sustainable and efficient approach to the demands of the transactional and direct mail sectors in particular.
The TASKalfa Pro 15000c combines Kyocera’s expertise and cutting-edge technology. With this inkjet production printer, we have targeted a clear gap in the market given the demand for high print volumes at a competitive price.
This ground-breaking innovation combines optimal productivity and uptime with high-speed, secure printing and print cost reduction. At drupa, Kyocera will demonstrate how users can enjoy an affordable cutsheet inkjet with low energy consumption without compromising on quality. Moreover, its inherent media flexibility qualities explain exactly why the TASKalfa Pro 15000c is proving to be an ideal fit for transactional print, direct mail, promotional print, and envelope printing.
At Kyocera, we believe that innovation will help us to establish a brighter tomorrow.
For more information about the event and Kyocera’s involvement, read the press release here.
Be it invoices, bills, forms, or statements, with the TASKalfa Pro 15000c you can elevate the quality of your output while saving money. Join our debut virtual.drupa session and discover how the Kyocera inkjet production printer can transform your business.
When it comes to flyers, brochures, and leaflets you want quality that leaves a lasting impact. With the TASKalfa Pro 15000c you get just that. Attend our virtual.drupa session and find out how you can drastically improve marketing campaign engagement.
Read our eBook to see how inkjet technology is transforming high-volume printing.