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06 October 2014

ORLANDO, FL – October 6, 2014 KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, today announced that it will take part in the IT Services and Sourcing Marketplace at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2014 as a Marketplace sponsor. Under the theme of ‘Resolution 360’, Kyocera is illustrating how its Total Document Solutions (TDS) approach helps corporate IT decision makers improve document workflow, control costs and increase security for their organization.

Inside Kyocera’s TDS Approach
Kyocera’s TDS approach is built on a proven five-step process called ADIMO - Assess, Design, Implement, Manage, and Optimize. This method uncovers critical business challenges and resolves them with a mix of reliable document imaging technology, customizable business applications, and personalized services. It’s a highly consultative, customer-focused business approach that looks beyond the initial implementation to ensure customers work smarter and more efficiently.
During the Gartner IT Symposium, Kyocera will be conducting two, C-level boardroom sessions. One of Kyocera’s longtime customers will describe how their organization has become more transparent, efficient, and profitable through partnering with Kyocera. Kyocera will also be featured in an interactive workshop in which IT professionals can uncover the critical document imaging and workflow challenges within their own organizations. A moderator will highlight Kyocera’s 360-degree TDS approach to resolving these challenges.
Kyocera encourages attendees to visit booth #113 in the IT Services & Sourcing Marketplace. There, the company’s representatives will further discuss Kyocera’s TDS approach and will offer five no-obligation document workflow assessments. The winners will meet with Kyocera’s expert consulting team and learn how Kyocera can streamline their document workflow and improve their respective work environments.

About the Gartner IT Symposium
The Symposium attracts more than 24,000 attendees—including 7,000 CIOs—and is considered the world’s most important gathering of senior IT executives. This year’s IT Symposium is taking place from Sunday, October 5th, through Thursday, October 9th, in Orlando, Florida.