Headline Rollups for April 26, 2018

Xerox Channel Partner Program Adds More Dealers

Xerox continues to add multi-brand dealers to its channel partner program, most recently inking UBEO in Austin, Texas, and Seattle-based Kelley Imaging Systems.

8 Printer Market Trends To Watch In 2018

While the long-predicted end of office printing has yet to arrive, the print industry is going through massive changes nonetheless — with major implications for the channel.

Head-To-Head: HP LaserJet M577dn Vs. Xerox VersaLink C505

There’s a showdown underway in the office printer market. A3 copier king Xerox is looking to move into A4 printers — which accommodate standard-sized paper, and which have long been HP Inc.’s turf — with an array of new products. One recent A4 introduction by Xerox is the VersaLink C505, a color multifunction printer (or MFP) that has HP’s LaserJet M577dn as one of its major competitors. Both of the MFPs offer printing, copying and scanning, and are aimed at small to medium-sized businesses and workgroups.

Ringdale’s FollowMe Embedded Available for Lexmark’s Latest A4 Printers and Copier/MFPs

Ringdale, a U.K. provider of document-output management solutions, today announced that its FollowMe Embedded is now available Lexmark’s latest A4 workgroup MFPs including the MX420, MX520 and MX620 Series (see “Lexmark Focuses on Faster Print and Scan Speeds, Higher Toner Yields, and More with New A4 Models“).

Canon showing a positive outlook

The OEM published their first quarter results for the fiscal year 2018 declaring an increase in MFD unit sales and showing a positive outlook for future export markets.

South Korean chipmakers brace for emergence of Chinese rivals

SEOUL – South Korea’s technology giants are bracing for the possible emergence of Chinese chipmakers by increasing sales of high-quality memory chips and pressing ahead with development of next-generation products to try and widen their lead.

CIIS to Discuss How Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Technologies May Shape the Future of Work at COLLABORATE 18

With 41% of IT decision-makers planning to implement artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in the workforce within the next two years*, Canon Information & Imaging Solutions, Inc. (CIIS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., plans to present a keynote session that will discuss these technologies’ effect on enterprises, at the technology and applications forum for the Oracle users community, COLLABORATE 18. CIIS will also showcase its Accounts Payable automation solutions (Booth #834) to help enterprises take control of their financial operations and prepare for the Office of the Future.

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