UTAX (UK), the Shrivenham-based firm specialising in document management products such as printers and copiers, has been shortlisted in five categories in the prestigious 2014 Document Manager Awards.
The firm, which operates one of the UK industry’s largest partner-only networks, is in the running for four product-of-the-year awards as well as channel partner of the year.
Chief executive Shaun Wilkinson said he was most proud of being nominated for the channel partner of the year title.
“It’s the award that has been nominated by the people with whom we do business every day,” he said. “Just to be a finalist is a huge vote of confidence in the way we do business and in the way we work with our partners.”
The awards, now in their eighth year, recognise the hardware, software, services and companies that contribute to making the document management market one of the world’s most vibrant.
They are organised by Document Manager Magazine and this year take place on October 23 at London’s Hotel Russell.
UTAX (UK), a wholly owned subsidiary of TA Triumph-Adler, specialises in the sale of high-quality printing and copier systems with a portfolio of products spanning hardware and software, copying, printing and multi-functional printers (MFPs) for office workstations and large-scale systems for professional applications.
The four product-specific categories in which UTAX has been nominated are:
* Desktop/Portable/Other Imaging Product of the Year - The PC2660dn – A desktop A4 Document printer
* High Volume Imaging Product of the year – 4505ci – A digital multifunctional machine capable of producing 45 copies per minute and producing A3/A4 copies in colour and B/W
* Workgroup Imaging Product of the Year – P6030DN – A small multifunction machine for producing 60 ppm in BW – ideal for the workgroup environment or for the SOHO start-up
* Product of the Year – P-C2660 – An A4 Printer, Scanner and Copier, the PC-2660 is capable of producing 26 ccpm and yet has a compact footprint neatly contributing to less wastage and lower production costs
Pictured: Chief executive Shaun Wilkinson, centre, with the UTAX (UK) team