Kyocera SAP Device Types

 

Printing from SAP software can be a critical business activity for SAP customers. They want to know that they can rely on SAP environment to get the full benefit from their IT investment, including the printing environment. Modern printers and MFP’s offer important new features to make the work more efficient - such as being able to communicate their status to a central monitor in SAP software, enabling rapid reaction to problems or optimizing cost-effective maintenance.
Kyocera as a Printer Vendor Program Gold Member is contributing on highest level to the SAP printing environment directly, customers will receive SAP-delivered and -tested software with support included. They will be able to use vendors' printer models out of the box with their SAP software. 

Kyocera SAP Device Types are available directly from the SAP Service Marketplace including 1st level support provided by SAP. More information about supported Kyocera devices and features can be found downloading the SAP Note 1135057 also available on the  SAP Service Marketplace.

Enhanced printing features with Kyocera SAP Device Types

KYOCERA´s new custom device Types for SAP enables support for more printer options and features than the standard SAP device Types. To use these options you have to import the new device type into SAP. For each printer option or combination of printer options to be used create a copy of the device type, configure it and connect it to an output device. Which options are possible depend on the printer and the installed hardware (e.g. document finisher).

SAP Device Types enable users to access Kyocera's enhanced printing features:

  • Default Settings (e.g. duplex printing, resolution settings, standard paper cassette, etc.)
  • Booklet
  • Punching
  • Stapling
  • Jogging
  • Output Stack
  • Collator Stacker
  • Mailbox Stacker
  • Sorter Stacker

 

SAP and SAP Printer Vendor Program is a property of the SAP AG

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For more information please contact your local KYOCERA office.

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