Headline Rollups for August 22, 2017
Brother Mobile Solutions’ New Partner Program Builds Alliances on Shared Vision to Drive Mobile Technology Growth
WESTMINSTER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. (BMS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brother International Corporation, today unveiled its new Brother “THE NEXT” Partner Program, an innovative, growth-oriented approach to forging alliance partnerships for long-term mutual advantage. Designed to capitalize on the rapid expansion of the mobile workforce, the revolutionary new program supports opportunities to co-develop software and mobile printing solutions that improve worker productivity.
A survey of more than 250 retail executives indicates many believe it makes sense to work with the Amazon e-commerce platform – especially smaller retailers. But many are reluctant to do just that.
Shutterfly and HP Indigo help customers personalize and print what they love
Ordering ink is less of a hassle with the Brother Refresh program.
Many investors think of HP (NYSE:HPQ) as a sleepy “mature” tech stock with limited growth potential. Yet HP shares rallied nearly 30% this year, beating the S&P 500’s 10% gain and a 24% decline at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (NYSE:HPE) — from which it split in late 2015.
Hewlett-Packard Inc has stepped up efforts to strengthen its presence in China’s printing market. It is introducing 3D printing solutions, portable instant printers as well as accelerating the growth of digital printing, with an aim to help transform the country’s traditional offset printing industry.
In 2015, in one of the biggest corporate breakups in Silicon Valley’s history, the roughly 75-year old Hewlett-Packard Co. cleaved itself in half. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, or HPE, would handle data centers, software and services. HP Inc. would take the runt of the litter: printers and computers.
Toshiba America Business Solutions today announced the availability of its high-speed (12 inches per second) B-EX6 thermal barcode printers. The B-EX6 series can handle virtually any label printing (up to six inches) application for manufacturing, supply chain and logistics professionals.