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Konica Minolta and Russian software developer team up in printing tech

4 Mar '21
Konica Minolta, a global IT solutions provider, and Katyusha IT, a Russian software and office equipment developer, will create joint printing solutions.

Within the framework of cooperation, the companies plan to create complex solutions that meet the requirements of Russian consumers.

KATYUSHA IT is a Russian software developer and office equipment manufacturer. Over 750,000 pages of documents are printed daily under the control of the company's software for 59,000 users. The company is a resident of Skolkovo, a member of ARPP Otechestvenny Soft and the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.

Under terms of the technology partnership, KATYUSHA IT will develop software compatible with Konica Minolta multifunctional devices. The software is aimed at managing and monitoring printing, as well as enhancing the security of document flow.
Cooperation with such a global player in the print market as Konica Minolta opens up new opportunities for us: this is an excellent opportunity to exchange experience and expertise. The company's multifunctional devices, powered by our software, will be able to help many companies solve their day-to-day tasks, notes Maria Markovskaya, Sales Director of KATYUSHA IT.
Konica Minolta in turn, confirms the compliance of the software KATYUSHA IT with the requirements in the market of printing devices. In this way, companies can create end-to-end solutions to meet customer needs.
Konica Minolta sees great prospects in cooperation with Russian developers, because we strive for a common goal - to continuously improve the business processes of our customers. For example, Katyusha IT's multi-feed intelligent Monitoring and Protection platform helps to reduce printing costs by an average of 30% - reducing costs is an important task in our projects as well. In addition, we actively support the initiative of a new partner to create a national solution for secure printing, notes Pavel Shalaginov, Head of IT Solutions Development Department, Konica Minolta Bussines Solutions Russia.
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