Rethink your work and make your business future-proof
Konica Minolta helps you to get the most out of the digital transformation. By increasing your operational efficiency without compromising on security, we make your business future-proof. For instance, our all-in-one IT platform Workplace Hub reduces your IT complexity, removes repetitive IT tasks, ends unwelcome distractions and optimises your total IT spend. With our solutions and services, we create your working environment for the future.
Managed IT Services
IT departments today – especially in small and medium sized businesses – are faced with an ever-increasing task complexity. This leads to high costs and binds IT resources needed for innovation. By outsourcing all or parts of your IT infrastructure management we give you peace of mind - and more time and energy to focus on your business.
Day by day, the amount of information is growing exponentially: Document files, e-mails, online materials, invoices and many more accumulates into a massive data volume. Unstructured information, often not classified, is stored in different places and the main problem is usually a missing consistent data infrastructure, creating time-consuming administration and unsecure processes. Optimise your information-relevant corporate processes by utilising Konica Minolta's suite of Managed Content Services (MCS).
Business Process Services
As an experienced provider of business process solutions, Konica Minolta offers you a wide range of applications from ERP to CRM and from HCM to collaboration-tools with your individual needs at the core. Integrated and tailor-made solutions like this are the basis for a future-proof IT environment in your company.
Intelligent IP video solutions
Based on the collaboration between Konica Minolta and MOBOTIX, we provide next-generation network security solutions. Our joint product developments focus on solutions like monitoring processes at manufacturing facilities in order to drive workflow innovation, or new products such as “Care Support Solutions” that might be employed to monitor residents in nursing care homes.