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Panasonic and Brother to co-operate in Europe   18 March 2015   


Panasonic and Brother have announced a business relationship to give the extensive Panasonic mobile-device sales force a range of mobile printers to sell. 

Panasonic have been providing ruggedized laptops for some time, and are now partnering with Brother to sell (particularly) the PJ600 series ruggedized thermal printer to emergency service providers, and the A6/A7 MW series and the TD2000 series label and receipt printers to business teams in specific vertical markets.

The revolution in mobile technology has changed the working lives of many people in almost every sector.  Many business travelers cars have turned into mobile offices - but this revolution has impacted every sector of activity.  From the emergency services and healthcare practitioners to every mobile private sector professional, there is a need to transact on location, and to do this, they often still need a printer. 
There is now fierce competition among the providers of mobile printing solutions to provide cheap and reliable hardcopy output where the transactions are effected.
The competitive features of these printers are the following:
Reliability (ruggedness)
Size
Cost-effectiveness
Compatibility




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