The Leading Suite of Printer and MFP Testing Resources
Your customers have little tolerance for imperfection, and plenty of alternatives if they are disappointed. QualityLogic’s test tools and testing services help you optimize printer and MFP performance to ensure your devices work in the real world:
- Interoperability with standard interfaces and applications, conformance to print standards and page description languages, now including the 3D Manufacturing Format (3MF)
- Functionality of all features and performance against PageSense, the industry-standard performance measurement tool
- Interface usability and device interoperability with operating systems
- OEM consumables reliability and yield to verify yours measure up to and exceed your competition
- Comparative analyses of your products against a specific array of competing devices
We Know Printer and MFP Testing
QualityLogic’s excellence is born from in-the-trenches experience. We have been the go-to test resource for the print device industry for more than 30 years.
The Best Tools Available
You need to test every aspect of print device operation, and our array of test tools covers everything from printer description languages and driver functionality to throughput performance testing.
We have tested print devices from virtually every major manufacturer for a vast array of characteristics. We know exactly where to look and what to look for in your print-based system.
QualityLogic has three labs in the US: Simi Valley, CA, Boise, ID and Oklahoma City, OK, and we have authorized distributors in most regions of the world. Our locations enable us to provide very competitive pricing in world markets.
“The QualityLogic Lab provides us with the assurance that our products will work when they hit the market. Our customers have a very satisfactory experience with our products and come back for more.”Product Manager, Major MFP Manufacturer
Case Study: Beta Customer Acceptance Testing
QualityLogic helped this publicly-held printing company better understand exactly how customers used its product and what specific factors drove satisfaction – and dissatisfaction – by conducting a complete behavioral study of customers’ interactions with the product.