Headline Rollups for April 10, 2018
Office Products and Imaging Technology Providers who support users are going crazy trying to balance profitability with customer service decisions related to replacing supplies at customer locations.
The Imaging Channel has been closely following HP and carefully analyzing the impact of its re-entry into the copier channel supported by the recent acquisition of the Samsung Print Group. This has been one of the biggest news stories in the channel in the past few years. When we were offered the opportunity to sit down with general manager and global lead of office printing solutions at HP, Tuan Tran, we of course jumped on it. Please join me in the SpeakEasy.
West McDonald from Print Audit hosts a podcast on “Convergence Radio” with industry thought leaders and discusses the strengths and challenges of the channels and raises the question if they will converge.
Rochester, N.Y. – Today Eastman Kodak Company announced John O’Grady, current President of the Consumer and Film Division and former General Manager of World Wide Sales for Print Systems Division, will become President of the Print Systems Division effective April 24, 2018.
Ramsey, NJ – April 9, 2018 – Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta,) a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that it will unveil the latest offerings in its long line of market-leading production printing devices for the commercial print industry – the WEBjet 200D and WEBjet100D continuous feed inkjet presses – at the inkjet Summit 2018 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, April 9-11.
While data is arguably the biggest part of IoT solutions, that data needs to come from a source — and that’s where IoT hardware manufacturers are cashing in on the burgeoning market. From sensors to gateways to entire connected
Thinfilm is a Norway-based company focused on expanding the traditional Internet of Things into a much broader Internet of Everything using the benefits of printed electronics.
MALVERN, Pa., April 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Building on years of inkjet leadership, Ricoh USA, Inc. today announced enhancements to its continuous feed portfolio that help customers grow their businesses. These include a new set of inks for its RICOH Pro VC60000 platform, which greatly expands the variety of media that can be used, and the availability of its award-winning RICOH Pro VC40000. These strategic additions reflect Ricoh’s commitment to building a robust and comprehensive inkjet portfolio, exceeding its customers’ needs and developing innovations that advance print. Many of Ricoh’s valued customers are attending the Inkjet Summit, April 9-11 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, to share their own experiences of this commitment.