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Oki Americas announces availability of Drivve Image and Drivve Print for its MFPs   29 April 2014   


Following a distribution agreement between Oki Data Americas Inc. and Drivve, Oki USA now offers sales and technical support for Drivve Image and Drivve Print. Compatible multifunctions can integrate these solutions via the Oki extension platform.

Drivve Print provides accounting and secure user authentication, and publishes use and print cost reports.

Drivve Image is a document capture, process and route Solution. 

These solutions are designed for large workgroups and can handle thousands of printers.

Oki machines that are compatible with Drivve Image (that is to say, with a display of the solution on the multifunction's interface) are essentially machines with Toshiba's e-Bridge controller, even if other Oki machines output is compatible by means of the "hot folder" license.

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