Roush Yates Engines Aligns with Sharp to Enhance Productivity - Engine Builder Magazine

Roush Yates Engines Aligns with Sharp to Enhance Productivity

Roush Yates Engines has aligned with Sharp Business Systems of North America (Sharp) to form a technology alignment to enhance its overall company performance.

Roush Yates Engines has aligned with Sharp Business Systems of North America (Sharp) to form a technology alignment to enhance its overall company performance.

“With the installation of the Sharp multifunctional printers and copiers, as well as the addition of the Sharp AQUOS BOARD interactive display systems, Sharp USA has enhanced our efficiency and productivity,” said Doug Yates, president and CEO, Roush Yates Engines. “Sharp is a trusted industry expert that will advance our workflow efficiency and communication within our team.”

The new Sharp MFPs (multifunctional printers) are precision engineered for quick and easy setup, exceptional image quality, ease of operation, control and maintenance. The AQUOS BOARD interactive display allows several people to write on screen at the same time, and its wireless and video conferencing features will allow Roush Yates Engines to meet with anyone around the world. This technology will boost collaboration and interaction during planning and development meetings and gatherings with clients, partners and staff.

Brian Alspector, branch president, Sharp Business Systems of North Carolina said, “I would like to thank Roush Yates Engines for their trust and commitment to the Sharp family of products. We are excited about turning them into a raving fan through the use of Sharp technology and the famous local support we have come to be known for.”

For more information: www.roushyates.com and www.sharp-sbs.com.

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