BEAR is pleased to be have been selected to provide our print and copy payment solution coupled with Pharos Signup PC Reservation to Gold Coast City Council Libraries (https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/library/). The solution will enable library patrons across 11 library sites to print documents via follow me printing, copy documents on a fleet of Ricoh MFDs and reserve PCs [...]
I was at the beach recently with a friend and our kids. The inevitable shop talk started up and during the conversation I was asked what I though of the new WWF file format. Not knowing too much about the format I decided some research was in order. At a basic level its a document format that does not allow [...]
BEAR Solutions Victorian Trade Days saw a selected number of invited organizations through to view the latest solutions for Printing, and Photocopying Charging Solutions. There were 3 presentations per day, launching the latest BEAR CMSIPCUB software, Wireless Web Based Printing, Web based Reloading and the Latest technology in Kiosk (Print, Account Management, USB, EFTPOS Reloading and Card Dispensing Systems).
The attendees were very excited with the overall solution, the benefits that can be derived from a Total Cost Of Ownership through to the ease of use for the Customer, through to the reporting functionality for the Administration and Management divisions.
The presentation and the hands on demonstrations went through the process of what the customer would experience when utilizing the systems in their own particular environments. To see something on the big screen and then to physically use the solution to get first hand experience is something not regularly experienced.
All of our invited guests requested further information and discussion on how the BEAR Solutions new product range will meet their needs and provide a seamless implementation and offer simple functionality for the user to navigate through.
Its always good to have these trade shows and not only present products but sit down over a coffee and discuss current and future requirements of customers. Once the presentation is over everyone is relaxed and shots the questions freely. Sometimes I feel these presentations encourage the open forum of discussion just that little bit further.