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Epson’s plan for Gitex Africa 2024 in Morocco

Epson will be at Gitex Africa in Morocco, one of the largest tech exhibitions on the African continent held on May 29 to 31 May.

Epson plans to focus on sustainable development and will showcase its full range of solutions designed to support the regions of key industries.

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Users can expect co-friendly A4 compact scanners which will be Epson’s message for its ongoing commitment to the environment.

Recent Epson survey findings reveal that 74% of IT decision-makers and users see a high demand for new scanning technology due to digitalization, a growth that is leading to the global scanner market potentially reaching $2.68 billion.

Specifically designed for smaller offices, remote workers, and eco-conscious organizations, Epson’s latest range of scanners addresses precisely the changing scanning needs as digitalization is on the rise in the MENA region.

With the region’s growth industries including healthcare, logistics, and financial services relying on different ways to scan documents, Epson has created a dynamic range of new scanning solutions built with up to 30% recycled plastic and delivering lower energy consumption to save office space as well as power usage.

“GITEX Africa is an ideal destination for regional IT decision makers to experience Epson solutions that deliver flexibility, efficiency, and impact in scanning, projection, and printing. Our range of compact scanners are a sustainable option, helping companies digitalise especially in key industries such as healthcare, hospitality, public sector plus support to businesses of all sizes such as SMEs and different work models from remote to hybrid. Our scanning solutions help with many day-to-day tasks including scanning passports, receipts, invoices, cards among the many…” said Ilias Azzaoui, General Manager of Epson French-speaking Africa and Dom Com.

Epson will deliver demonstrations of its offerings for education, immersive experiences, art, corporate, label, and retail during Gitex Africa 2024.

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