01/29/2014 (press release: MrNovaCopy) // Nashville, TN, USA // Jason Levkulich
NovaCopy Inc., Konica Minolta’s largest single-line dealer in the US has announced its line of A3 multifuntion printers (MFPs) / copiers have earned Buyers Laboratory LLC’s (BLI) most coveted award – “A3 Line of the Year” for the fourth consecutive year.
Awarded annually to the vendor whose product line is determined to be the best overall in its category, the “Line of the Year” Award is based on the cumulative test results of all models tested in BLI’s rigorous two-month laboratory evaluation. By assessing reliability, image quality, ease of use, productivity and a range of other criteria, the tests reveal the products that deliver customers the best value and most trouble-free performance.
“What Konica Minolta has achieved with a fourth consecutive Line of the Year win is unprecedented,” said BLI Managing Editor Daria Hoffman. “The fact that year after year Konica Minolta continues to surpass the competition is a testament to the sustained quality of its A3 line.”
“We are, again, honored, but not surprised that BLI has chosen our Konica Minolta copiers as ‘Line of the Year,'” said Darren Metz, NovaCopy CEO. “Coupled with our award-winning service, NovaCopy has the skills, people and systems to keep our customers’ offices operating at the highest level. Take a two-week test drive of any of these winners and see for yourself.”
NovaCopy’s Konica Minolta A3 business color copier bizhub C364e and C454e; the “Highly Recommended” bizhub C224e, C284e and C554e; as well as the bizhub C654e and C754e. NovaCopy’s Konica Minolta A3 monochrome copiers include the bizhub 554e, and the “Highly Recommended” bizhub 284e and 364e, as well as the 654e and 754e, which are enhanced versions of predecessor models that earned “Highly Recommended” ratings.
“What it boils down to with Konica Minolta is consistency,” said George Mikolay, BLI’s senior product editor for A3/Copier MFPs. No other vendor brings the same quality of performance across its product line to the same degree.”