Headline Rollups for February 27, 2018
Substantial growth in personal systems and printing hardware and supplies gave HP a 14 percent jump in revenues during its first fiscal quarter of 2018.
Inkjet technology is the fastest-advancing, highest-potential segment of production print. Not long ago, it was hard to believe that production inkjet could achieve a resolution of 2400 nozzles per inch (npi). Yet HP achieved this barrier-shattering threshold in 2016 when it launched HDNA technology for PageWide Web Presses. Available in new commercial presses and as an on-press upgrade for current customers, HDNA increases digital production capacity and improves quality for applications in commercial print, direct mail, and publishing.
That customized iPhone case, pair of sneakers or even Mini Cooper dashboard may have been made with a 3-D printer.
Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific Pte Ltd has begun its regional launch of five models of the DocuWide 6057/3037 series, A0 monochrome multifunction devices with enhanced print speeds and resolution.
Companies nationwide have been giving back to their employees in the wake of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, many in the form of $1,000 bonuses. Quad/Graphics Inc., the international printing company based in Sussex, said this week that Instead of a one-time bonus, the company will transfer roughly $22 million in Quad/Graphics stock to its employees’ retirement accounts.
Now considered essential to driving profits, digital transformations are shifting from platform-first strategies to initiatives that leverage emerging technologies in service of clear customer and operational goals.
LMI Solutions, a turnkey Managed Business Services Infrastructure provider, has announced that it will become the exclusive distributor of nddPrint’s Print Management and Managed Print Services software in North America.