Headline Rollup for April 25, 2017

HP Launches Subscription Printing Service

HP has launched a new subscription printing service in Ireland, which works on a flat-rate monthly subscription fee based on how many pages a customer prints per month.


Xerox Reports First-Quarter 2017 Earnings

 – EARNINGS/FINANCIAL, CORPORATE


Xerox Brings Together Channel Partners to Experience the Future of Work; Grow Revenue and Enter New Markets

In its continued effort to position channel partners for success, Xerox today is hosting 200 current and prospective partners in New York City to discuss the evolution of the workplace. The Xerox Future of Work Partner Forum is kicking off the company’s 2017 global series of information and education events for customers and channel partners.


Static Control to Acquire Ohio Ink Manufacturer

Static Control has acquired an ink manufacturing business in Ohio.

According to Industryanalysts.com, with the help of Ink Technologies, the Ohio-based ink manufacturer, Static Control can expand its product line within a matter of months.


CRN Exclusive: Xerox To Roll Out Vertical Workflow Automation Apps To North American Partners

Xerox’s North American partners will soon gain access to apps that convert paper-based processes into automated digital workflows in the education, healthcare and finance verticals.


Samsung to stay in the MFP business for two more years?

I can only speak for Canada but I am told that Samsung Canada does not plan to exit the MFP business for another two years.  “To ensure a smooth transition” from Samsung to HP.


Stop Making MPS Tenders

LET REAL SAVINGS PAY FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

As Dubai Government have decided to go completely paperless in 4 years, fulfilling on these transformation requirements is essential, if any paper based business is to retain its advantage or dominant status in the current technology disruption.


Hyland Software nears deal for Lexmark’s software unit: sources

Hyland Software Inc, a U.S. business software company owned by buyout firm Thoma Bravo LLC, is nearing a deal to acquire the software division of printer maker Lexmark International Inc for nearly $1.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

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