Headline Rollup for June 20, 2017
Xerox Signs Two Multi-Brand Dealers on Strength of Company’s Broad Technology Portfolio, Custom Apps Support
NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox is recruiting multi-brand dealers seeking to sell the company’s comprehensive and connected office hardware and managed print services portfolio—and Memphis Communication Corporation and Standard Business Systems are the latest to join the Xerox channel partners program.
Do businesses get in their own way when it comes to digital transformation initiatives?
Two service provider giants believe they do, and it’s slowing the progress of some businesses toward better success in an increasingly digital world.
TOKYO — Ricoh is facing its biggest crisis ever. So President and CEO Yoshinori Yamashita has decided to “Break with Past Management,” as his slogan says.
Lexmark has unveiled its next generation of A3 colour laser printers and smart multifunction printers (MFPs), featuring nine new models “designed to serve the most demanding of workgroups with fast, efficient and secure imaging services,” said the OEM.
You know those email signatures that say, “Please consider the environment before printing this email?” They’re actually not the best way to save the environment, at least according to printer giant HP.
The USITC has designated the Office of Unfair Import Investigations (OUII) as an advisory opinion as to whether “certain Ninestar remanufactured inkjet Cartridges are outside the scope of the GEOs and cease-and-desist orders awarded to Epson in the 337-TA-565 and 337-TA-946 investigations”.