Headline Rollup for October 5, 2017
According to the 2017 Worldwide Office Printer and Supplies Forecasts from Virtulytix, Business Inkjet Cartridge Revenue will exceed Consumer Inkjet Cartridge revenue by 2020
OKI Europe Ltd is offering businesses free mono printing for a year when they purchase an eligible device from OKI’s comprehensive portfolio of advanced colour and mono office printers and multifunction printers (MFPs) between 1st October and 31st December 2017.
Members of the millennial generation are far less trusting than baby boomers or Generation X. Also, unlike their older counterparts, millennials are far more likely to rely on technology to make informed decisions. As director of the undergraduate marketing program at Wharton, adjunct professor Keith Niedermeier has specific insight into this group: He’s been teaching a core marketing course to millennials since they started college about 18 years ago.
Following on from its pioneering technology of a decade ago, Memjet has launched an additional inkjet technology platform that will benefit high-volume print markets.
Memjet recently announced the release of an innovative new inkjet technology platform called DuraLink, which combines long-life printheads, pigment ink and flexible modules to provide OEM partners with a speedy and efficient way to develop solutions for high-volume commercial, packaging and industrial printing markets.
Office Depot took a first step toward its goal of transforming itself from a traditional office products retailer to a broader business services and technology products platform.
While using smartphones every day, most Managed Print Services providers are late adopters of data driven business and keep focusing on selling devices and click-contracts, hence they are cutting themselves out of the new way of MPS and can lose revenues right in front of their noses, waiting to be picked up. Is that leadership behaviour?
Learn how to save time, build trust, and develop future leaders by understanding how to delegate to Millennials in 5 simple steps.
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment has formally suspended Fuji Xerox New Zealand (FXNZ) from an all-of-government contract