Epson To Showcase Sustainable Tech Solutions at GITEX AFRICA 2024

Epson is set to participate in the second edition of GITEX AFRICA Morocco, the continent’s premier technology event.

This year, the company will highlight its commitment to sustainable development by showcasing a comprehensive range of solutions aimed at supporting regional industries. Additionally, Epson will exhibit its new eco-friendly A4 compact scanners, reinforcing its dedication to environmental sustainability.

During the inaugural GITEX AFRICA, Epson was recognized for its dedication to sustainable innovation and the advanced technological solutions presented at its interactive stand, which drew significant visitor interest. Leveraging this success and the positive response to its products, Epson returns to present its latest innovations and strengthen regional partnerships.

“GITEX AFRICA is an optimal venue for IT decision-makers to explore Epson solutions that offer flexibility and efficiency in scanning, projection, and printing. The compact scanners are particularly suitable for sectors like healthcare, hospitality, and the public sector, supporting businesses of all sizes and work models from remote to hybrid. These solutions facilitate everyday tasks, including scanning passports, receipts, and invoices”, highlighted Mukesh Bector, Regional Head for East and West Africa at Epson. 

At GITEX AFRICA 2024, Epson will demonstrate its offerings for sectors such as education, art, corporate, label, and retail.

The company will also showcase the energy-saving benefits of its Heat-Free printing technology in models like the EcoTank business L6490 and Workforce Enterprise WF-C21000 D4TW, without compromising speed and productivity.

Epson’s latest scanner range, designed for smaller offices, remote workers, and eco-conscious organizations, caters to the evolving digital needs in the MENA region. These scanners, including the DS-C330, DS-C490, ES-C320W and ES-C380W, are constructed with up to 30% recycled plastic and are energy-efficient, saving space and power in various sectors such as healthcare, logistics, and finance.

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