Brother Earth: Top tips to save time, money, and resources
Learn how to get the most out of your Brother colour laser multi-function centre and take advantage of our top tips to save time, money and resources.
When you buy a Brother colour laser multi-function centre, you invest in so much more than just a printer that can scan, copy and fax too. The added features that come standard with your machine are designed to simplify and streamline your office workflow and save you time, money and resources making your new Brother MFC the hardest worker on your team.
Enjoy lower running costs: Reduce paper by printing with the automatic duplex function and reduce toner wastage with Brother’s optional high-yield cartridges which will effectively reduce your total operating costs and lower your overall cost per print.
Plus, print 2-up or 4-up on a single sheet to save paper when viewing drafts and layouts.
Improve productivity and save time: Featuring print speeds of up to 18ppm for both monochrome and colour, higher print speeds save time for multiple users and on large volume printing tasks.
Users can utilise their time more efficiently instead of waiting for their printouts.
Apple-compatible printing and scanning: With the free iPrint&Scan app, you can now print directly from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Plus, you can scan documents from your MFC straight to your Apple gadgets.
iPrint&Scan: iPrint&Scan allows you to print and scan straight from your Apple iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 mobile devices whenever you’re connected to the same network as your printer. Whether it’s documents or photos, you’ve always got wireless printing and scanning to hand.
Convenient scanning of multi-page documents: The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) allows unattended scanning, copying and faxing of multi-page documents quickly and easily, complementing our MFC’s stack and sort capabilities for added convenience.
Eliminate printing junk faxes: The PC Fax receiving function boasts a junk fax filter that eliminates the printing of unnecessary faxes by scanning documents directly to your computer instead of printing them out indiscriminately, thereby cutting down on paper and toner wastage.
Easy sharing: Connect with multiple users via a wired or wireless network. Users can share the MFC-9140CDN with others on their network via Ethernet interfaces, and wirelessly print from their mobile device via: AirPrint™, Google Cloud Print™, Brother™ iPrint&Scan and Wi-Fi Direct™.
Brother International South Africa
Brother is a leader in the development and manufacturing of technologies in the printing, scanning, labeling, sewing and crafting industries for home, SME and Corporate markets. A trusted brand worldwide that believes in the “Customer First” approach in all aspect of our business, Brother has continuously met the varied needs of our customers through our comprehensive range of technology solutions.
Brother International South Africa (Pty) Ltd is the regional sales office for South Africa and markets a range of products manufactured by its parent company, Brother Industries, Ltd. of Nagoya, Japan. Established in 1970, Brother International South Africa (Pty) Ltd manages an extensive network of distributors in both domestic and Sub Saharan markets.
Brother’s printing business is committed to the advancement of technologies and “work style innovation” and constantly strives to pioneer new technologies and improve product quality. The different types of technology Brother offers are convenient to use and helps streamline workflow and efficiency in corporate, SME and home environments. For more information about Brother, visit http://www.brother.co.za .
About Brother Earth
Brother always takes responsibility, acts respectfully and tries to make a positive difference. Brother Earth is Brother’s attitude and commitment to play a part in building a society with sustainable development. Help the environment now by giving a click at http://www.brotherearth.com. Brother will contribute to a variety of global environmental protection activities on your behalf. The number of clicks each project receives will determine proportionately how the funds will be allocated.