Headline Rollups for August 17, 2017
Virtulytix is a new company focused on providing advanced analytics to clients across a broad range of industries. According to the company’s President, Scott Hornbuckle, Virtulytix is on the leading edge of advanced analytics with the specific goal of “making the Industrial IoT smart!”.
Epson Australia have introduced a new Replaceable Ink Pack System (RIPS) printer that the company said offers businesses fast and high-quality printing while reducing costs.
Last week, Xerox provided more information about Xerox ConnectKey copier/MFPs with voice recognition (VR) technology, so that users can don’t have to use their copier’s control panel – but can now give their Xerox copier/MFP voice commands.
Looking for a new printer for yourself or a student?
It’s hard to resist a good sale, but that deal on a printer, may not be worth it. Inkjet printers vary widely on the amount of ink they use, which adds significantly to the cost.
Revenue of $12.3 billion in 3Q17?
Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), a US-based (SPY) consumer technology (QQQ) company, will be announcing its fiscal 3Q17 results on August 23, 2017. Analysts expect the company to post revenue of $12.3 billion for the quarter ended July 31, 2017, with a high revenue estimate of $12.9 billion and a low estimate of $11.9 billion. If Hewlett-Packard meets analysts’ estimate of $12.3 billion, it would mean a year-over-year rise of 3.3% compared to fiscal 3Q16.
BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Aug. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Nothing is more frustrating than running out of ink or toner when you need to print an important document. Brother understands this frustration and is introducing Brother Refresh, the only direct from the manufacturer predictive auto-fulfillment service that eliminates the worry about running out of ink or toner. Brother Refresh is convenient and reliable, providing timely delivery of Brother Genuine ink or toner right to your door before you run out. Sign up is simple and there are no contracts or subscription fees.
We all want more sales and there are opportunities right under our noses. At any given time, there are opportunities within our existing customer environments. How do we find them? Our customers may bring some of them to our attention depending on the scope and severity, but most will go unnoticed.