Panasonic Corporation has again been awarded a Gold Recognition Level in sustainability performance in a survey conducted by EcoVadis. This is the second consecutive year that Panasonic has received a Gold Rating, which rates us among the top 5% corporations for sustainability performance and excellence.
Panasonic has unveiled two high-speed, large volume A3 scanners, designed to bring new levels of scanning efficiency and work productivity to large organisations.
The KV-S8127 and the KV-S8147 deliver incredibly high scanning speeds – 120 and 140 pages per minute respectively, and are equipped with productivity enhancing features such as auto-preview and auto-rescan, remote central management software and in-built image processing.
Panasonic has announced the launch of the KX-NSX, the newest addition to its range of business communication systems, designed to give businesses the flexibility to connect with their customers wherever they are and from whatever device they are using.
The KX-NSX is an affordable multi-connection PBX server with centralised management capabilities, which supports between 50 and 2000 users across 32 sites. It can manage multiple devices simultaneously and seamlessly route office calls to a mobile using a single number.
Welsh Government Minister Julie James has visited Panasonic Business’ European Service Centre in Cardiff which is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
The site on Wharfedale Road, Pentwyn was established in 2006 and houses a repair centre, field support team and multi-language helpdesk to cater for B2B customers across Europe.