Headline Rollup for January 26, 2018
Lexmark International, Inc., a global imaging solutions leader, today announced Lexmark MFP Kiosk for Government, a solution that utilizes award-winning Lexmark Smart multi-function products (MFPs) as self-service platform devices that enable agencies to better serve visiting constituents with increased efficiency, security and compliance.
Change is hard. Rapidly advancing capabilities, including big data analytics, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing, can technically enable companies to continuously and quickly evolve. And in a cutthroat and competitive marketplace, marketing and other digital business leaders are compelled to disrupt their organizations before they get disrupted.
As the editor and publisher of DIR, and more recently, Americas regional manager for infoSource, I’ve spent a lot of time covering the document-related hardware market. When I started back in the late 1990s, high-volume scanners were the primary market drivers with vendors like Kodak and Bell + Howell leading the industry. In the 2000s, we saw the rise of “distributed scanning” and explosive growth in the workgroup ($500-$2,000) segment of the market. More recently, we’ve seen the emergence of the personal segment (sub-$500) of document scanners, as well as more scanning on MFPs, as the act of document scanning truly becomes democratized. Of course, being able to take a picture of a document with a mobile phone, potentially puts a document scanner in everyone’s pocket.
Your printers have an important role to play in your organization’s digital transformation. So it’s time to rethink the way your print environment is managed. Here are five things to consider.
Konica Minolta, Inc. has announced that the company will merge two of its domestic manufacturing subsidiaries of chemical products for business technologies.
Las Vegas, Nev. – Xerox and Electronics For Imaging (EFI) today demonstrated a new Fiery® digital front end (DFE) that will give print providers a powerful new tool to manage high value jobs that require special embellishments and effects using dry inks including silver, gold and clear.