Lexmark has announced that it has won the prestigious 2019 Printer/MFP Line of the Year award from Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab (BLI), an independent evaluator of document imaging hardware, software, and services.
All 13 Lexmark products tested for the Winter 2019 season earned Buyers Lab’s ‘Highly Recommended’ rating and won Pick awards.
“It is an honour to receive the Keypoint Intelligence 2019 Line of the Year award for our colour and monochrome printer and MFP lines,” said Allen Waugerman, Lexmark Senior Vice President and CTO. “The Lexmark team pushed the envelope in 2018, refreshing over 90 percent of our product line to bring our customers the most durable, secure, and efficient devices ever. We are proud of this recognition and of the tremendous response from our customers.”
“From small office to enterprise environments, Lexmark has a printer or MFP designed to meet the complex needs, and budget, of the modern workplace,” said Marlene Orr, Keypoint Intelligence’s Director of Printer & MFP Analysis. “Lexmark devices are built on a solid foundation of excellent reliability and impressive user-friendliness, featuring an intuitive design with smart technology that can help simplify even the most complicated workflows. This translates to maximum uptime and worker productivity. When you add in a robust portfolio of software, low running costs, and cutting-edge security features, like firmware integrity checking and intrusion detection, Lexmark is the clear choice for the Buyers Lab’s 2019 Printer/MFP Line of the Year.”
Presented once a year, Line of the Year awards honour those manufacturers’ product lines that are determined to be the best overall based on the cumulative test results of all models tested in Buyers Lab’s rigorous two-month laboratory evaluation. The selections are made by Buyers Lab’s highly experienced staff of technicians and analysts after subjecting scores of devices from every major OEM to exhaustive, comprehensive lab tests.
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