Sharp multifunction printers equipped with the MyQ X solution bring a wide array of benefits ranging from productive workflows, tools for green printing, to airtight security. All this packed in a highly personalized and intuitive Embedded Terminal that gives its users more space to focus on what they do best.
The Embedded Level-Up
of Sharp Devices
MyQ X Embedded Terminal lets organizations streamline their document processing workflows. The intuitive and highly personalized MyQ X user interface introduces users only to the functions they truly need for their everyday agenda. The entire print/copy/scan workflow can be packed into one colorful tile and launched with a single click. This significantly accelerates repetitive document tasks, making the time users spend with Sharp printers short and efficient.
Saving on Print Costs with
Safe & Smooth Print Solution
Complex print policies and optimized workflows help companies save on print consumables. In addition, MyQ X provides administrators with accurate and granular accounting that lets them overview their print spending to the last printed page. Accounting can be also easily implemented in various BI tools.
MyQ X keeps all the print data in safe hands with thorough encryption. The access to the printer is guarded with (two-factor) login options including ID cards, PIN, or username + password. Users can also log in with the MyQ X mobile app. Plus, with pull printing, print jobs are released only after authentication.
Digitization and automation are on the rise and MyQ X helps the printer fleet to stay up to speed. The in-built OCR engine transfers paper documents into searchable digital files that can be easily stored and searched for. Together with connection to the cloud, users one-click scan their documents directly to a specific cloud folder.
"MyQ X user interface is certainly one of the best that Buyers Lab's solutions analysts have used. Navigation is a breeze, side panels let users perform tasks quickly and easily, and the good use of graphics and icons makes it easy to understand what is expected of the users."