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Re: Desktop Shortcut to Scanned Images via store to HDD in scanner

Art Post ·
interesting, I will see what I can come up with. Can anyone else lend a hand with this?
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Re: Desktop Shortcut to Scanned Images via store to HDD in scanner

fisher ·
Its pretty strait forward. Default the scanner to Store File to HDD. At the PC create a desktop shortcut to Web Image Monitor. Have customer click on Print Job/Store File -------> Document server. They will be able to download the document. The real problem though is you are encountering a lazy IT guy. Any IT guy worth his salt will help you set up scan to folder.
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Re: Marco Acquires New Jersey Copier/Printer Company

Art Post ·
Welcome to my market Marco! You are know the third MEGA dealer competing in my market place.
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Re: Marco Acquires New Jersey Copier/Printer Company

livestrong ·
Art- the # of your competitors didn’t change , their fingers and toes are now a whole lot farther away from their head. I picture you as Yankee Doodle Dandy and they are the Red Coats. Perhaps they will be as successful as .....Danka or IKON or RBS/AOE or GlobalXRX or ....
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Re: Marco Acquires New Jersey Copier/Printer Company

Art Post ·
Yup, I agree.
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Re: Marco Acquires New Jersey Copier/Printer Company

Fuser ·
wondering if the MarcoClover tie-up makes service companies reconsider where they buy toner and printer parts from.. i am hearing a mix of response
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Re: GlobalSoft Solutions, Inc. Collaborates with Canon Information and Imaging Solutions, Inc.

Art Post ·
Wonder if I can make then change to Ricoh MFP's in their offices
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Re: Sharp Launches New Line of Mid-high Volume Monochrome Workgroup Document Systems

Art Post ·
Wow, some of these features are pretty nice!
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Re: In Search of the Office Imaging Industry’s Top Sales People

Wallingford ·
I just do not understand why this is necessary. Unless of course you and Art are on some sort of a reward, working for or with the US Inland Revenue people ? We all know who we are, that are any good at selling !!! I do not see any real benefit other than those with Narcissistic tendencies.
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Re: In Search of the Office Imaging Industry’s Top Sales People

Art Post ·
At least with this award not everyone will get a trophy~
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Re: In Search of the Office Imaging Industry’s Top Sales People

Larry Levine ·
What about the direct side Art?
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Re: In Search of the Office Imaging Industry’s Top Sales People

Art Post ·
Larry: Both Direct and Dealers are good!
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
The e306LP offers a colour scanner. The scans can be either blue or black based upon your selection.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
That's good right? I was just curious if when scanning the blue the scanned documents would be very light even if you were scanning with the black mode.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
Images are dark and fully formed assuming black is selected as your scan setting.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

GIntel ·
Does anyone have the MSRP and dealer cost for the Toner, Drum, and Developer for this system? Thanks, Jake
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
Can anyone help Jake with this??
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
Not in USD.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
Can you at least quote Canadian and GIntel can do the math?
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
I will send it to him directly.
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

Art Post ·
thanks for helping with this!
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Re: e-STUDIO 306LP Question

SalesServiceGuy ·
While the e306LP is an innovative product it is unlikely to displace any colour unit sales. As colour is more than half of what I sell, this leaves this product with a declining mono colour market to appeal to. The RD30 recycle unit makes the price of the solution much more than an equivalent eStudio 306. The e306LP does not have a stapling option. I find that most customers are interested in the ideas of ecology with their copiers but they are not willing to pay a premium for it.
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Re: Can a Digital Copier Scan to Dropbox?

GrantW ·
Great Post Art. Xerox have a DropBox app available for their new ConnectKey devices but the user has to buy a scanpack which cover X number of scans and has a 12 month shelf-life. The advantages of having it on the MFD as an App is that any user (e.g. at a college) can log in to their DropBox account and print or scan to / from their own account securely. We've been doing the same as you and circumventing the charge or need for an app by pointing the scan to a DropBox folder on a desktop.
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Re: 8 Talking Points for Selecting an Imaging/Copier Vendor

kathie ·
Hey Art, can I use this? You offer some terrific points that I would like to get out to my network. I would be happy, of course, to source you and your blog/website as the author. I would post to my company FB page and to my LinkedIn page as well. kathie
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Re: 8 Talking Points for Selecting an Imaging/Copier Vendor

Art Post ·
No problem, please feel free and credits would be awesome! Just double check my grammar.
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Re: 8 Talking Points for Selecting an Imaging/Copier Vendor

John Saramak ·
Art Some very good points here, for both a buyer and seller. So often a seller is focused on one aspect of the deal with others being and economic time bomb. I think offering the professional "bowing out" of a price deal is necessary to consider, as just when you think prices couldn't get lower, they do. Taking an approach towards a true, mutually beneficial deal will either get appreciated, or get your on your way towards finding one.
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Re: 8 Talking Points for Selecting an Imaging/Copier Vendor

SalesServiceGuy ·
I am helping a dealer set up a new webpage. I have read that helpful tips like the above help Search Engine Optimization (SEO) drive more traffic to your website. I will attach the same and use P4P as a reference.
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Re: 8 Talking Points for Selecting an Imaging/Copier Vendor

Czech ·
Art, ballsy on declining to propose. Love it!
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Re: 8 Talking Points for Selecting an Imaging/Copier Vendor

kathie ·
There were few misspelling but I’m trying to become more forgiving. : )
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Re: Will H.P. Uber the Imaging Channel

Martin Hofman ·
After a week og being overwhelmed with opinions this is the most sensible/viosionary article I read about HP - Samsung
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Re: Will H.P. Uber the Imaging Channel

Ray Stasiezcko ·
Thanks Martin Hofman, The industry needs more "Imaginationalyst" (Yes I made that word up). Without the ability to imagine a completely different way of doing things, or the ability to break loose from stubbornness. Change will always happen to you instead of being caused by you. Too much analysis not enough Imagination we need to combine them "Imaginationalyst"
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Re: Will H.P. Uber the Imaging Channel

Czech ·
This is a great article! One point that I disagree on is that HP will be entering the SMB market with this acquisition. What's the point? Dealers own the SMB market, and most dealers will sell whatever their customers already have. Where HP has the advantage is going into their national and global accounts where they dominate with MPS contracts on A4 devices. Finally, they can go back to the banks/governments/etc and kick out the Canon/Ricoh/Xerox A3 devices that are in there. And because HP...
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Re: A Growth Strategy or an Exit Strategy both take an EBIT Strategy

Jf ·
As you've said for years, the Imaging market is at crossroads. - Acquire other dealerships and achieve economies of scale? - Position the dealership on other markets? The only bad solution would be to deny the reality. Therefore, the accountancy is always right. And your EBIT definition makes sense.
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Re: Imaging Channel, Let's Become the Innovation Channel!!

Jf ·
Geo-strategic picture. Just great, Ray!
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Re: Imaging Channel, Let's Become the Innovation Channel!!

Art Post ·
Ray Good stuff, however when discussing imaging (which is a wide portfolio of devices), everyone seems to forget about the huge growth of niche imaging devices. Those devices include wide format, grand wide format, label presses, and envelope presses. While in Las Vegas in the spring of this year, I was able to attend the ISA Sign Expo. I've been to a lot of events in the past year and the ISA was the largest event I every attended. Two hundred thousand square feet of convention space with...
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Re: How Far Out On the Pier Are We?

Ray Stasiezcko ·
Thanks Art
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Re: How Far Out On the Pier Are We?

Art Post ·
Ray Stasieczko Great point with the typewriter industry. Many of those typewriter dealers saw the writing on the wall and moved into the imaging industry. They survived, they flourished and they made the change to another product within the Office Technology Industry. There are too many brilliant dealers principals out there that will let themselves fail by staying on board a sinking ship. Those dealers will innovate because they have too in order to survive. Those that are not brilliant...
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Re: When your Deliverable doesn’t excite your Customers’ then it’s time to Innovate or even change that Deliverable.

Art Post ·
Special thanx to Ray for letting us post this blog today Water, what's wrong with water? There is still growth in print, just not in the SMB or Enterprise markets. I'm in the trenches every day and you're correct. There's no more excitement with mfps. They all do the same thing, they are all reliable and when push comes to shove, all we are doing is stealing clients from each other. Growth for companies like Ricoh, Konic a Minolta, Canon and Kyo could be robotics. Robotics could mirror the...
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Re: When your Deliverable doesn’t excite your Customers’ then it’s time to Innovate or even change that Deliverable.

Art Post ·
https://www.linkedin.com/in/raystasieczko/ good guy, been posting his stuff for quite sometime
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Re: Imaging Channel, It’s also about a Lease-less Future!

Larry Kirsch ·
Interesting. Have been working on new revenue ideas for the copier dealer channel.
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Re: Would You Be Interested in Making a $90K Commission for Selling One Imaging Device?

Larry Kirsch ·
Hello Art Interesting opportunity. Can you kindly forward further details. Contacts , Muratec personnel , terms of understanding? See you soon. Thank you . Larry Kirsch
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Re: Top Ten Copier & Imaging Industry Predictions for 2018

Martin Hofman ·
11a. For 2018 the total A4/A3 print volume (compared to 2017) will reduce with 10% 11b. For the coming 10 years the total A4/A3 print volume will reduce with 10% per year and will (in 2027) only be 35% of the current volume
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Re: MY Top Ten Copy Machines of All Time

Larry Kirsch ·
Good story. Minolta does it for many...
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Re: MY Top Ten Copy Machines of All Time

jbh46 ·
Gotta go back a REALLY long time in the industry, so many won't even know this: the Kodak 100 & 150. Really reliable machines that heavily created industry disruption with Xerox having dominant market share and IBM climbing fast in the mid-70's and then a new player, Kodak, opened the door for many other later players to enter.
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Re: MY Top Ten Copy Machines of All Time

livestrong ·
First machine I knocked out was an “Olivetti Copia II” at a law firm at 120 Wall St in 1975 with a XRX 3100. I actually wrote the proposal vs an IBM “ Copier II” since I never saw the machine and the managing partner said the machine name with such a heavy Brooklyn accent I had never heard of the Olivetti “ Copia” 2 version. Never saw another one after that. Rental only available before xerox came up with XEEP .....
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Re: MY Top Ten Copy Machines of All Time

John Mooney ·
When I had my interview at AOE on Madison Ave I was totally perplexed at why the sales manager was so in love with the brand new Ricoh FT6645 and even said to him "It's just a copier". The following month this 22 year old made $6K on a Ricoh FT6645 and I never said: "it's just a copier" again.
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Re: When Does Your IT Provider Start to Care About Your Cost Per Page?

Michael ·
Thank you!!! From Michael Alfheim....
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Re: When Does Your IT Provider Start to Care About Your Cost Per Page?

Rick Backus ·
Well Art you would think they would since it would mean more professional services for them. I think some companies are so entrenched in their core competencies that they tend to ignore anything outside that realm. Just my two cents for what it's worth.
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Re: When Does Your IT Provider Start to Care About Your Cost Per Page?

Doug ·
Suggestion - electronic forms and store - workflow setup to email patient their copy (no paper) - print copy for patient if needed. Doug Gruver - Business Analyst Stratix Systems Cell 215-622-7270
 
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