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MyQ Embedded Terminals

MyQ X Device Interface

An interface installed on the control panel of the printing device. It simplifies the operation of the device's basic functions and provides access to the original features of MyQ, such as single-tap copying or single-tap scanning to cloud destinations.

Embedded Terminals are a key element of the MyQ ecosystem. They are what the users interact with on a daily basis.



What the MyQ printer applications family offers

Any business wants to reduce possible costs, save time on repetitive tasks, and get a sustainable eco-system. This can be quite a heavy task since not only business processes need organization but also internal daily office routines.

How to set up the most efficient way in the modern office that would enhance the business work and take less from the office's daily life? According to Quocirca, quite a large proportion of larger organizations spend quite a significant chunk of time waiting for technical issues to be resolved after a data breach (1). One solution to tackle this would be to use a Managed Printing System (MPS), where MyQ would be the best choice.

Elevate your Printing Ecosystem

Firstly, MyQ allows to blend a multi-vendor installation into 1 sustainable printing ecosystem that can be managed centrally from one access point. So, if your office has printers from different vendors and you struggle with native applications or complementary MPS provided by these vendors trying to put it together - this is not a problem anymore!

This approach can help to reduce the costs of supporting multiple MPS solutions from different providers which can pose a problem when scaling business.

Ready for print jobs in a MyQ HP Embedded terminal

Ready for print jobs in a MyQ Epson Embedded terminal


Elevate document Security

Login experience with MyQ Embedded Terminals guarantees secure authorization

Secondly, MyQ contributes to maintaining security intact.

Accidental errors done by employees themselves (that includes accidental access to someone’s data left in an MFP) still present a high concern in a modern workplace.

The average cost of a print-related data breach can be up to 743k pounds (2), which could be easily avoided when an end-user can't access another user's last printed documents or scans when they simply can't log in to another user's account.

Thirdly, the MyQ Embedded Terminal strives to enhance the simplicity of each MFP contact. The simplified look and feel of the application saves the end-user's time, thus resulting in saving up to 17 hours per year on dealing with cumbersome native MFP workflows.

The MyQ terminal application takes the best that a particular MFP vendor has in store for its end-users.

There's no need to be searching for a way to perform the same workflow on a new device, our team has investigated it for you already and converted it to a convenient and easy workflow.

More than 70% (3) of organizations say that they will remain relying on printing during their business operation, so why not try and save some of your business troubles now and choose a reliable partner such as MyQ?


(1) Quocirca, The Print Security Landscape, May 2023. Securing the print infrastructure amidst a growing threat

(2) Quocirca, Print Security Landscape, 2023. Trends and opportunities for securing the hybrid workplace

(3) Quocirca, Print Security Landscape, 2023. Trends and opportunities for securing the hybrid workplace


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