Headline Rollups for August 8, 2017

Epson America Sees Healthy Market Opportunities for Business Inkjet MFP

It’s been said that the SMB office environment is the last great, untapped frontier that inkjet printing has yet to conquer. But now that inkjet is beginning to infiltrate the BTA channel, courtesy of new product introductions from both Epson America and HP, it will be interesting to see how dealers embrace these alternatives to laser.

IT Hates Printers (Who Can Blame Them?)

Printer and copier malfunctions and “calling IT” go hand and hand. That’s also why most IT people cringe when they get the call that the printer isn’t working.

False accounting and fictitious sales at Fuji Xerox Australia, NZ

Fuji Xerox’s Australian and New Zealand business were spinning out of control as warnings of fraudulent behaviour went unheeded, major accounting irregularities were covered up and bad behaviour was not simply ignored, but promoted.

MPSA Elects New Board and Executive Committee

August 7, 2017 —The Managed Print Services Association is pleased to announce its new Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Elections were held in July, with two-year terms beginning in August.

Lexmark and The PGA of America: A winning partnership

Golf is more than just a game; it’s about driving a strategy to succeed. And Lexmark’s winning partnership with The PGA of America is no different. Lexmark is proud to be the Official Imaging and Printing Solutions Provider of The PGA of America, supporting the PGA headquarters, professionals, offices and Championship events.

Fuji Xerox – time to apologize

Proprint reported that Fuji Xerox president and its Asia Pacific president went to Australia “to personally apologise to the company’s 400 Australian staff for the ‘sales at any cost’ culture and massive accounting irregularities revealed to have taken place under Neil Whittaker’s time as CEO in Australia and New Zealand, and the subsequent damage to the company’s morale and reputation.”

Can the counterfeiting problem be solved?

World Trademark Review reported on Validactor, a technology company based in Italy, which launched new technology that adds “unique QR Codes to products so consumers can obtain information about them, including whether an item is authentic, expired, stolen or recalled.”

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