Case Study | August 16, 2012

OKI Direct Thermal Label Printers Meet Worlds Largest Package Delivery Company's Printing Needs

Source: OKI
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In this case study from OKI we take a look at the world’s largest package delivery company and leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services. This company operates thousands of facilities worldwide and is an OKI customer, using color, mono, SIDM, and multifunction printers. These printers perform a multitude of functions in their corporate offices and warehouse locations, helping to manage the flow of goods and information.

The company had been using thermal label printers form Zebra and other competing manufacturers for 20 years. They decided that it was time to combine both the functionality of the higher- and lower-end models they were using into a single unit. The goal of the single printer solution was to reduce the number of printer SKUs by implementing a printer that supports multiple applications. The previous units were not scalable and inflexible, causing new printers to have to be purchased when a new printing application was implemented.

The customer’s goal with their combined printing solution was to eliminate the inconveniences and costs they were experiencing with constant printer purchases and have a solution that allows them to update printers as applications evolved.

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