IT system integrator firm Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic (HSMC) on Monday launched TonerSaver, a Windows-based software that can help organisations reduce toner consumption by up to 75 per cent, thereby slashing printing costs.
"TonerSaver is the ideal product for organisations as it helps generate substantial cost savings, which, in turn, make a direct difference to the bottomline," said Tarun Seth, Managing Director, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic, in a statement.
TonerSaver uses patented printer driver algorithms that control toner and ink usage on all Windows-based printers and reduces consumption of toner and ink at an incremental rate of one per cent.
The software auto detects laser and inkjet printers and applies optimised saving technology for each type of printer.
The company will provide free customer support, maintenance release (bug fix) and version up support to all customers.
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