Headline Rollup for August 1, 2017

Canon revises 2017 targets upwards on printer demand

An expected tick-up in demand for laser printers and colour photocopiers has prompted Canon to revise its sales and income targets for the full year.


Epson and Nuance alliance means profit opportunity for channel partners

Channel partners of Seiko Epson Corp. will soon have a new opportunity to make a margin on reselling software from Nuance Communications Inc. after a new strategic partnership was announced on Monday.


Ricoh Q1 Profit Rises; Backs FY Outlook

TOKYO (dpa-AFX) – Ricoh Co Ltd (RICOY), a Japanese manufacturing services company, reported that its profit attributable to owners of the parent for the first quarter ended June 30, 2017 increased by 126.3% to 10.7 billion yen from last year.


Business Choice Awards 2017: Printers

Try as we may to go paperless, printing things at the office is still a necessity.

As we do every year in our reader survey on the quality of printers and the service their manufacturers provide, we asked which companies make the best printers for use in a business setting. We have only been handing out specific Business Choice awards since 2014, but one name is always the top of the ratings. (And it also happens to be a beloved printer manufacturer for home use.)


Konica Minolta joins hands with Reprographics India

The KIP machines will also be available for display at Konica Minolta’s DIS office at Huda City Centre, Gurgaon. Under the agreement, Konica Minolta shall provide the sales and service of the machines to its customers.


Epson Q1 2017 printing solutions profit up 71.9% y-o-y

For the first quarter of 2017, the revenue of Epson printing solutions was 22.1 billion, up 71.9 per cent compared to the first quarter of 2016. Profit in the printing solutions segment increased due to a combination of growth in sales of high capacity ink tank inkjet printers and large-format inkjet printers, and foreign exchange effects.


Epson conjures spirit of monozukuri to expand, evolve

Seventy-five years ago, a small watch manufacturing company in Suwa, Japan incorporated “monozukuri” into their daily work.

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