Headline Rollup for June 22, 2017
UAE – Konica Minolta Business Solutions Middle East, today announced that Golden Paper a UAE based packaging company has added Konica Minolta printing solution to their business. The leading packaging company sought to improve turnaround times, increase production capacity and better quality at a competitive price.
Genesis Technologies became a Canon copier and MFD dealer in 2013. Since then, Genesis sales and service of Canon have grown dramatically to a large base of managed print services (MPS) clients nationwide.
PALO ALTO, CALIF.—HP says it’s time for individuals and businesses to consider the security risks posed by aging network printers
OSAKA — Sharp‘s recovery has been swift since it was acquired by Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry last August; the company is already posting its first pretax profit in three years and preparing a return to the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The question now is whether the Japanese electronics maker’s comeback is for the long haul.
The printer market is not dead — it’s just been lacking in imagination and execution. That, at least, is the message coming from HP Inc. The company held an event for journalists and analysts last week at its Palo Alto, Calif., headquarters to make its case for why print is a cutting-edge technology area once again. HP’s recent moves — and growth — in printer hardware and services suggest things are on track so far, as the company seeks to cement its own identity following the split from the HP Enterprise wing in late 2015.
What follows are five key areas in the printer market on view at last week’s “Power of Print” event, where HP is moving fast.
The vendor has designed the managed print service with the public sector and the channel in mind, making it possible for resellers to offer the contracts with just a few clicks and a phone call.