Solicitation Number: RFQ-DNC-11-0002 Notice Type: Combined Synopsis/Solicitation Synopsis: Added: Apr 20, 2011 3:15 pm Combined Synopsis/Solicitation: The Bureau of the Public Debt has a requirement to purchase or lease an all-in-one network ready Black & White and Color printer/scanner/copier/fax machine for the Denali Commission in Anchorage, AK. This solicitation is set-aside for quotes from small businesses. The decision to lease or purchase the copier will be determined by evaluation of
reallocate toward providing services for citizens, while Xerox manages the way documents are printed, shared and updated across city departments. Xerox’s print governance features – computer screen pop-ups that help employees redirect print jobs to the most cost-effective and energy-efficient machine – will deliver a positive impact to the city’s budget and environmental efforts. During its 10-year relationship with Riverside, ACS has helped the city develop innovative technology to respond to issues
product recall of these printer models. “We are currently in the process of contacting all customers and inspecting and modifying all affected printers,” the statement read. “If your machine has (a) green sticker marked on the rating label, it has already been inspected and is safe to continue using. “If there is no green sticker, Konica Minolta will inspect and modify, free of charge, the listed products to prevent this from occurring and to ensure the machine is safe for use. To arrange for
I'm not sure I can give you the answer you're looking for. Seems to me more dealers wanted to see higher speed A4 MFP's in monochrome (not color). I wanted and A4 mono in the 35 - 50ppm, because I know I could displace many A3 monochrome devices in the field along with A4 printers. But, I don't have the hardware to accomplish this. Do the OEM's like Canon, Ricoh, KonicMinolta, Sharp, Kyocera and Toshiba make more profit per page based on A4 printers than A4 MFP's? I can't say for sure, however
Finishing equipment supplier Ashgate Automation will be at this year's Northprint, on digital press manufacturer Konica Minolta's stand. The company will have a range of Fastbind equipment producing hardcover photobooks printed on a Konica Minolta. Included in the range will be a Booxter staple-bound photobook maker for narrow spine, hard and soft back-books, FotoMount for lay flat photo albums, Casematic hardcover casemakers and the Elite hot glue perfect binder. As well as its Konica Minolta
Printfun shows us just another reason that Ricoh is NOT the first company that is thought of when people are looking for Production Solutions. In addition to Xerox, both Canon and Konica-Minolta is where the phone calls go first when sourcing both B/W and Color production units.
EFI’s Fiery color controllers for its new series of color MFPs. This brings Kyocera’s total number of new product offerings in the last two years to 56, all of which operate with one of the industry’s lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) and ultra-reliability, two long-time Kyocera hallmarks. As Kyocera continues its march toward innovative solution selling, the company is supporting its dealers with a variety of new product models, business applications, and web-based training and sales programs
. Ricoh’s eco solutions business makes full use of these proprietary environmental technologies. The company will launch to market a new product line with highly effective energy conservation, providing customers with solutions which contribute to reducing the global environmental burdens. Initially, with LED illumination as the core of this new business, the focus will be on ESCO business* activities including multifunction products and printers. Ricoh believes that this will contribute to achieving a
proceeding to obtain an Order from the ITC prohibiting Ninestar and the other Respondents from importing into the U.S. and selling in the U.S. the accused toner cartridges and their photosensitive drums, which is precisely what the Consent Order shall do. Canon filed the complaint on June 28, 2010 for infringement of Canon’s U.S. Patent Nos. 5,903,803 and 6,128,454, against the following twenty (20 ) Respondents: • Ninestar Image Int’l Ltd. • Ninestar Technology Co., Ltd. • Ninestar Management
Written by Simon Vermooten, AUXILIO Senior Vice President, Solutions At the core: Continuous process improvement Managed Print Services is no longer a buzz phrase or a short-term trend in healthcare. The reality is that hospitals today are spending an even higher portion of their annual budgets on printing and document handling — an estimated 9 percent, according to the National Health Service in 2010 — and are faced with a swelling array of printers, scanners and multi-function devices, over
INDIANAPOLIS- Canon U.S.A., a leader in digital imaging, today announced that Van Ausdall & Farrar, one of the largest office equipment dealers and document solutions specialists in Indiana, has been selected as a Canon Authorized dealer offering the Company’s full lineup of digital office solutions including Canon imageRUNNER and imageRUNNER ADVANCE multifunction systems and imagePROGRAF large format printers. As a Canon Authorized dealer, Van Ausdall & Farrar, Inc. will now offer Canon’s
easily incorporated with our established Office Equipment Division, Office Supply Division, and Managed Services Department. The position available is a MPS Consultant. This entails selling our MPS Program to other businesses, in which the sale is a consultative sell. No restraints -- customers, higher ed, corporate, etc., are all prospects to work with. Results has shown the following Attributes create successful MPS Consultants: 5+ years experience in Business-to-Business Sales and/or Service
. I like the Ricoh because of the low cost of consumables, realize that once you hit 50,000 prints there are quite a few components that need to be replaced. We are printing newsletters on legal paper from Word, two sided in color, then we fold them with a machine. The goal it to send a print job of 1500 newsletters and let it rip. 25-30 prints per minute will do, speed is not the main goal, reliability and low cost per print is. Is there a better printer or copier that would do this type of work
CHICAGO—April 18, 2011—InnerWorkings Inc., a leading provider of managed print and promotional solutions, announced a multi-year print management contract extension with Walgreen Co. Under the agreement, it will continue to support Walgreen by printing, warehousing and fulfilling several mission critical applications. The two organizations began working together in 2005. "We are thrilled to extend our relationship with Walgreen Co. through this new multi-year print management agreement,” said
New MPSA member serves hundreds of dealers in US and Canada Columbus, OH – April 18, 2011 – The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) announces that LMI has joined as a corporate member. MPSA is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to growing the managed print services industry through standards, education and best practices. An active corporate member within the MPS community, LMI services over 600 MPS dealers in the United States and Canada. The firm was selected by the
Phoenix, AZ. (March, 2011) – Mutoh announces the release of its newest additions to the ValueJet line-up, the ValueJet 1324-54” and ValueJet 1624-64” inkjet printers! The new ValueJets offer exciting innovative technology with upgraded features. The printers will replace the previous ValueJet 1304-54” and ValueJet 1614-64” models. New ValueJet 1324-54” printer features include: New print head Improved print speeds (prints up to 300 sqft/h) Added service door for easy maintenance accessibility
, directly or through its network of authorized dealers, markets and distributes products in North, Central and South America. Information about Ricoh’s complete range of offerings can be found at www.ricoh-usa.com . About Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group develops high-performance CREO Color Servers and workflow solutions for a wide range of digital production printers and presses. CREO Color Servers offer the digital printing industry leading workflow
Art- I know on our Xerox Docucolor line (242/252/260) it can image up to 12.7 x 18.9 on a 13x19 sheet. I don't know if this is the class of machine you are up against, but I tried to pick a lower-end production class model for you to compare to. Like Chuck mentioned, you can get more N-up and maximize the sheet. Usually comes into play with our graphic arts accounts, or anyone who is selling the pieces they are printing.
You're dead on there. I belong to a church north of Dallas that is growing like crazy and wanted to bring their production in-house. With the price point, room for growth and paper handling they needed, I basically had to tell them to go with Konica-Minolta (who was their current vendor anyway) unless they could wait to see the new Ricoh color lineup that is supposed to blow our socks off in May. Per the usual, I'm sure we will be disappointed w/ the 3rd installment of the "Konica killer".
On our sales order it states that our maintenance agreements do not cover damage caused by electrical surges. We also have a separtate "suge sign off sheet" where customer either ops to purchase a surge $95 with nic/tel protection or signs acknowledging that they were offered one. Customer today calls in for intermittent problems folling power outage. They have signed opt out on surge sign off. We determin copier (Savin C9020 needs a controller board) our price to customer is $1591.51. Customer
goals.” Océ and Canon: Stronger together In 2010 Océ joined the Canon Group of companies with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, to create the global leader in the printing industry. Canon develops, manufactures and markets a growing line-up of copying machines, printers, cameras, optical and other products that meet a diverse range of customer needs. The Canon Group comprises over 197,000 employees worldwide. Global net sales in 2010 were more than USD 45 billion. For more information visit http
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., April 20, 2011 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, today announced that the Company is now offering select Canon Specialty Media products with certification from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) including Canon Tabs and Coated Two-Sided Media. To achieve SFI® certification, each media type must contain fibers that come from a responsibly managed forest. "Canon is pleased to offer media certified under the Sustainable Forestry Initiative standard
quote: I'm not being rude, but if your volume is the 1,500 pages per month, you need to concentrate on your core business which is selling and not jerking about with refilling, replacing, and ordering of cartridges, you'll make more in one extra sale per year. Art I love it! Truth be told, if he makes his offices more efficient for everyone, he will attract more agents, buyers, and sellers and will pay for his copiers many times over and over.
You're right OG. it is short for electrostatic. That was the process as it differed from the dual spectrum and we couldn't say Xerox, even tho it had by that time become generic for copier. And hey, that's what happened to mayonnaise and linoleum.
Inspired by another tread: How about showing a picture of your oldest copier? I KNOW you have one or two stashed away in your cellar or archive. I have a 3M 001 and also a Ricoh FT4065 in mint condition. I don't know why I still have them... Pictures are on their way!
A few months back when discussing the MP 201, someone mentioned that with the emergence of MPS, dealers are getting more used to ordering A4 printer-based MFPs through distribution. Are a lot of dealers doing this to fill-in A4 holes rather than waiting for copier vendors to finally give them A4 solutions through their copier brands? Any thoughts on this in terms of why and why not dealers are going this rout? Seems to me a lot of the copier brand A4s have not gotten it right and dont really
JOB OPPORTUNITY Paradigm Imaging Group is presently accepting resumes for Outside Sales Representatives in the Midwest and Eastern regions. These positions are full-time offering base salary plus commission and a full benefits package. The ideal candidates will possess extensive knowledge in the wide format scanning and printing industry, experience in prospecting and closing skills, minimum 3 years of outside Dealer Channel Sales Management experience with a proven track record, self
About a year since posts on this thread. Is there much activity on this product? We include initial connectivity for the MVP printing & scanning. We don't mention ppdm, however our plan is if customer requires OCR or other feature that ppdm provides wewillgive them the free lisc. And offer to install it and provide support on a billable basis. Im curious to here what everyone else is doing.
I don't know what Ricoh's opinion would be on this (don't really care) but we accumulate licenses and then distribute them strategically. I sold a single license last week for $350 and charged an additional $150 for client PC install and limited training. Since we have no cost, my company counts it all as GP. I quoted a C300 and said we would include a PPDM license for free if they bought two C300's. I am able to provide a value-add at no cost to me. C300 doesn't come with PPDM but it can if
the mpg benefits over time, the payback period is six years. Worse if moving from a 15mpg vehicle to a 20 or 25mpg vehicle. The guy already in a Honda Fit? Stands to save a whopping $667/year if he can find something that actually lives up to its 50mpg rating. Unless gas returns to $3, then his savings drop to $400/year. We should be using a measurement of "Gallons per 100 miles" rather than the inverse and misleading miles per gallon, then it would be obvious that increases in MPG have huge costs
To be honest, I don't know the English word for them. What I call a ZnO copier was a machine that used a roll of zink oxide treated paper; this paper had characteristics like a selenium drum, sort of. The copiers using what I call Premix was fx Saxon, instead of metal as carrier it used a fluid (dispersant) and a toner (liquid pigment) It copied on plain paper. The fumes were nice… I hope you get the picture - it's kind of late here! edit: i found this Saxon PPC1 and this ZnO copier (more
quote: Originally posted by Anders And: Anyone who have more info on these? - 4800 dpi - based on Pro C901 - Launch in Europe in Q3 - new Ricoh design (looks absolutely stunning) Do you have a link for the stunning part or a pick u can post?
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