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KYOCERA Mita America Launches Solutions-Focused Website

KYOsolutions enhance the functionality and simplify the user experience of all output devices

Fairfield, NJ – May 3, 2005 – Kyocera Mita America, one of the world's leading document imaging companies, today announced the launch of a new portion of the Kyocera Mita America website ( dedicated entirely to solutions. The flash multimedia cube located on the company’s homepage directs visitors to KYOsolutions, a suite of Kyocera and 3rd party developed applications to enhance the performance, ease-of-use and extensibility of Kyocera printers and multi-functional products by leveraging the company’s technology and business process expertise to optimize performance and maximize return on investment.

"IT and business professionals are presented with many choices when selecting network or document management software solutions for their organization," said Keith Kmetz, analyst for IDC. "Hardcopy peripheral vendors are presented with a significant opportunity when addressing user requirements, especially beyond standard capture, process and route functions. Vendors need to determine how to approach these opportunities, where to target their resources, such as online, and how to deliver their solutions messages. Recently, Kyocera has optimized their online solutions strategy to better communicate and serve the end-user. When end-users are evaluating many solutions on the market, Kyocera's strategy is comprehensive enough to provide users with a clear guide to determine what solutions are best suited for their needs."

The centerpiece of Kyocera’s solutions strategy is KYOCapture, powered by AutoStore, a server-based document capture workflow tool that seamlessly integrates with existing or new document management systems. As a portal through which documents can travel, KYOcapture offers intelligent document capture, processing and routing to virtually any content management application.

“Kyocera is committed to providing an array of innovative products and solutions that meet the entire spectrum of customers’ document imaging needs in today’s digital business environment,” said Michael Pietrunti, senior vice president for Kyocera Mita America. “Our suite of KYOsolutions is a significant example of what we’re doing to develop software and solutions that improve information management, boost efficiency, and streamline workflow operations across an organization.”

Kyocera’s enhanced website will help to integrate document solutions within their long-term strategy. By optimizing the end-user experience, Kyocera has provided easier access to both business and IT-centric information and resources. Kyocera-developed software applications and strategic partner solutions found on the website include:

KYOcreate/Creation Solutions that empower the user to create electronic documents and forms that increase productivity and enhance workflow in the workplace.
KYOcapture/Document Management
Tools that assist in the integration, archiving, organization, management, and retrieval of electronic and paper-based documents.
Kyocera developed solutions that offer measures of protection for sensitive or corruptible documents against accidental interception or intentional theft.
KYOmanage/Output Management
Support the production of reliable and consistent output through device and network management tools.

About Kyocera Mita America, Inc.
Kyocera Mita America, Inc. (, headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., is a leading provider of computer-connectable peripherals, including network-ready digital copiers/printers, laser printers, color copiers/printers, digital laser facsimiles, and multifunctional and wide format imaging solutions. Kyocera Mita America, Inc. is a group company of Kyocera Corporation, the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced ceramics and associated products, including telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages and electronic components. Kyocera Corporation’s consolidated net revenues totaled $11 billion during the year ended March 31, 2004.