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Re: Samsung Electronics Launches Business Core™ Printing Solutions for SMBs

Art Post ·
This sounds pretty nice, is anyone using this yet?
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Re: Samsung Electronics Launches Business Core™ Printing Solutions for SMBs

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, I have worked with and demo'd many of the individual components, and I had heard that Samsung was coming out with a bundle but this is the first I have seen it. The "Secuthru" Lite is a server less follow me printing, pretty cool. The Google Drive (Cloud App) worked pretty well too. Vince
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Re: Samsung to Acquire Nuance?

yeti ·
Equitrac/Safecom/ecopy/ppdm its too small of a component of Nuance. I will bet you they split the document imaging division into a separate company.
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Re: Samsung to Acquire Nuance?

Czech ·
I think buying Nuance would be a great opportunity for Samsung to get deeper in the solutions side of the industry. However, I 100% agree with Yeti that it's too small of a division of Nuance. Knowing that iPhone's Siri uses Nuance technology gives Samsung huge opportunities to work with or against Apple.
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Canon Announces uniFLOW Secure Public Print (SPP) License for Konica Minolta Devices

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MELVILLE, N.Y., May 17, 2017 MELVILLE, N.Y. , May 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Offering increased versatility through its products, Canon U.S.A. , Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has announced the uniFLOW Secure Public Print (SPP) Device License for Konica Minolta devices. Canon's award-winning uniFLOW software is a one-platform solution for print, scan, and device management that can work across certain mixed fleet environments. Through the uniFLOW Secure Print applet, which can be...
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

jredmon ·
Samsung should buy Xerox and get rid of the freeloader Ursula Burns!!! I know of very few if any companies that reward a CEO for making a company worse off now than when they took over!!!
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
everyone jumped on the bandwagon on print is dead, OMG we need to do something! OMG the sky is falling!! Print is not dead, print is migrating, we just need to follow it.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Jason H ·
My gut tells me the imaging business will be sold off to someone soon. I know Samsung has more money than god but will the govt allow it to happen? Canon, Ricoh, Kyocera, and KM cried when that was possible a while back and it was blocked by the Japanese govt. I hate to say it but if your a SAMSUNG dealer like I am, I'm licking my chops to see what happens. Sharp bought the biggest independent dealer in our market about 6 or 7 years ago and ran it in the ground so I will have no problem...
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
Jason "I know Samsung has more money than god but will the govt allow it to happen?" what government are referring to?
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

jredmon ·
The Japanese government stopped it before...No longer a Japanese company!!!...Open to the highest bidder!!!
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
Can't wait to hear the spin from Sharp here in the US tomorrow.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Jason H ·
Art, all I heard from our Ricoh, Canon, and Samsung reps were that when Sansung put a bid in for the copier business all the copier companies pleaded with the Japanese govt to not allow Samsung to buy them because it had the potential to put them out of business. I can't confirm it personally but canon and Ricoh people have told me that.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Jason H ·
I also cannot wait to hear what kind of spin SIICA puts on it in the coming days. My guess is damage control because I have said in posts I feel like how many hits can your ship take before it sinks....I think they are getting close to that last hit....I can only imagine how they will sell this news to their dealers and customers.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

SalesServiceGuy ·
Not so fast on the speculation! Foxconn has put off signing the purchase agreement with Sharp based upon just revealed documents suggesting a contingent liability into the many billions of yen. A contingent liability is a potential liability...it depends on a future event occurring or not occurring. For example, if a parent guarantees a daughter's first car loan, the parent has a contingent liability. If the daughter makes her car payments and pays off the loan, the parent will have no...
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
I just read that also, see what happens when you doze off for 8 eight hours. From what I've read, seems Gou is a lot like Trump. I would not doubt if this is another attempt to lower the acquisition cost. Was Sharp holding something back? Who knows, although it's not surprising since Sharp is mired in so much debt. I think the deal will be signed by the 29th and there maybe some renegotiating by both parties. The Foxconn deal gives the share holder loot and the INCJ does not
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

SalesServiceGuy ·
According to an Asian financial expert on CNBC this AM, the Foxconn deal is actually very destructive to Sharp shareholder value and not a good thing. Foxconn will gain control of 2/3rds of Sharp. Before the sale can be finalized and controlling shares transferred it has to get the approval of Japanese regulators who may not be keen to let let the first major Japanese Corporation fall into the hands of a non Japanese company.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
I actually read the oppo last night. lol They may not be keen to let Sharp go, however the INCJ plan eliminates the billions of debt that the Japanese banks are holding, the foxconn plan give Sharp the much need cash to pay that debt.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Czech ·
Andy posted this today: http://industryanalysts.com/22...;utm_campaign=buffer Looks like Foxconn is going to invest $450M into the Business Solutions Division worldwide. I don't think they plan on selling it, especially if it's one of their more profitable divisions.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
Well what would you expect from IA, since Sharp is possibly of their accounts? I knew there would be a positive spin for the dealers. The entire deal is now in jeopardy with billions of debt that Sharp did not declare or forgot about. $450 million world wide is not a lot of money, in addition there is no mention of how much for North America, sorry, but I from the camp that goes by, "believe nothing of what you hear and only half of what you see". What Sharp posted today was pure propaganda...
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
So, if you read the letter that IA got from SIICA today, YOU need to click on the link, it's hilarious, make sure you read the very top line highlighted in green!!!! LMAO
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Jason H ·
That green area is hilarious. I tend to side with Art on this. That's propaganda to keep the dealers at bay for the time being hoping and praying they don't start jumping ship. I wouldn't have expected anything less. IA has never posted one thing negative about a manufacturer that I can remember.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
Jason, that was a great chuckle hope others will click on the link! Here is it for those that didn't go to the IA site. This is the line on the IA site: More precise detailed information can be reviewed on Sharp Corporation’s website. <by CLICKING HERE .>
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
This was posted on Forbes today. Gou had put a 1 Billion yen or dollars thinking it was yen if he walks away. He just may walk on this one. Not so fast. After Sharp’s board agreed to accept Foxconn’s bid on Thursday, the acquirer stepped away. Foxconn, in a written statement, reportedly said it would delay completing the deal because it needed to study “new material information” released by Sharp. That information includes an additional $3.1 billion in contingent liabilities not previously...
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Art Post ·
I was just trying to find another thread about why Foxconn has taken a step back. It seems that Sharp disclosed a much smaller amount on their 2015 fiscal report for contingent liability. When foxconn received the updated contingent liabilities it was 20X times what was reported. I will try and find the link again. But, I know what really happened, Sharp many months ago outsourced their accounting department to Toshiba! har har, that's a joke!
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Bill Siderys ·
I always was a car before I sell it.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Bill Siderys ·
Samsung could try to grow the business one dealer at a time or buy the market share via another manufacture. Samsung is creating a product line and will be a player...how might be the question but it will be soon.
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Re: Sharp Corporation "What Happens Now?"

Jason H ·
Yes true, but they are losing dealers now because of their product line. I think they have to make a move for someones hardware. We have been a dealer for about 6 years now and have been through the really bad as well as the decent products. I know several dealers I have spoken with who are not selling the product anymore because of all the issues they have had with it.
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Canon, HP, Samsung and Xerox Launch Alliance to Drive Simple Mobile Printing

Art Post ·
Canon, HP, Samsung Electronics and Xerox today launched the Mopria TM Alliance, a global non-profit membership organization formed to promote, simplify and increase accessibility of wireless printing from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. The Mopria Alliance aims to bring together the mobile, software and print industries with the goal of aligning to standards that make printing universally compatible from any mobile device to any printer anywhere. The Mopria Alliance will focus...
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Re: 57 Days of Selling Copiers "Day 8"

Larry Kirsch ·
Best wishes. The greater the activity the greater the results. Best wishes for a great year.
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Re: Need Help!! Up Against Samsung X7500GX

Czech ·
Yes to all except #10 and #11. You will need to download one of the apps. https://printingapps.samsung.c...DAD279A25CA13DF94737 They are very solid machines and operate on a low CPC. Rather than comparing specs, functionality and price, I would recommend talking about the recent HP acquisition and how that may affect the availability of parts, toner, etc.
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Re: Need Help!! Up Against Samsung X7500GX

Art Post ·
Already gave the client the talk track of the HP purchase. Ty for this
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Re: Need Help!! Up Against Samsung X7500GX

Art Post ·
I don't see anything in the apps for scan2MS365
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Re: Samsung Printers Win Pick Awards for Outstanding Achievement from Buyers Laboratory

Art Post ·
Just in the last week I've read several threads on the P4P Hotel and heard from several dealers that they are loving the Samsung line of copiers. Watch out Canon, Xerox, Ricoh, Sharp, Konica Minolta, Kyocera and Toshiba the train is coming down the tracks!!
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Canon Extends uniFLOW Secure Print Support for Multi-Vendor Environments

Art Post ·
MELVILLE, N.Y. , Nov. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Canon U.S.A. , Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is proud to announce that it will now offer uniFLOW Secure Print Applets to support select 1 OKI® and Samsung® multifunction systems 2 (MFPs). The uniFLOW Secure Print Applet offers an embedded Secure Printing experience with a consistent uniFLOW look and feel to customers in certain mixed fleet environments, providing a single-user interface as users move from networked device to...
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Ingram Micro Awards SAMSUNG with 2013 Smart Partner Award

Art Post ·
Ridgefield Park, New Jersey – December 3, 2013 – Samsung Electronics America Inc. today announced that it has earned the 2013 Smart Partner Award in the category of Pro AV/Digital Signage Vendor of the Year from Ingram Micro, a wholesale technology distributor and global leader in supply-chain and mobile device lifecycle services, for its growth year over year in the large format display (LFD) space. Samsung Telecommunications America was also recognized by Ingram Micro in the mobility...
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HP Agrees to Acquire Samsung Printer Business for $1.05 Billion

Art Post ·
HP Inc. HPQ -3.83 % agreed to buy Samsung Electronics Co. SSNHZ 0.00 % ’s printer business for $1.05 billion, a deal designed to help the Silicon Valley company expand into high-volume devices that handle printing and copying for office work groups. The transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval, is expected to close within 12 months, the companies said Monday. After it is completed, Samsung has agreed to make an equity investment of $100 million to $300 million in HP through...
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HP and Samsung Honored with BLI 2015 Printer/MFP Line of the Year Awards

Art Post ·
HP and Samsung Honored with BLI 2015 Printer/MFP Line of the Year Awards Date: January 14, 2015 Contact: Anthony Polifrone Tel: 201-488-0404 ext. 39 Fax: 201-488-0461 E-mail: info@buyerslab.com January 14, 2015 – Hackensack (NJ) – Buyers Laboratory LLC (BLI) today announced the winners of its most coveted awards in the Printer/MFP category, selecting Hewlett-Packard as the winner of its 2015 Color Printer/MFP Line of the Year and Samsung Electronics Co., Inc., as the winner of its 2015...
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HP completes purchase of Samsung's printer business for $1.05 billion

Art Post ·
HP Inc. , maker of printers and personal computers, on Wednesday said it completed its purchase of Samsung Electronics' printer business in a deal valued at $1.05 billion. The acquisition will expand HP's portfolio and help to disrupt the $55 billion A3 copier market with multi-function printers that are simple to use but have the same high performance level as that of copiers, the company said. "As we ignite a renaissance in printing, we're thrilled to bring together the industry's best and...
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HP completes US$1 billion acquisition of Samsung printers

Art Post ·
HP completes US$1 billion acquisition of Samsung printers Art Post · 6 minutes ago HP's A3 copier replacement efforts are being kicked into high gear by the US$50 billion printer and PC behemoth's US$1.05 billion acquisition of Samsung's printer business . HP, for its part, said it expects the new A3 products, which began shipping earlier this year, to grab a 12 percent share of the copier replacement market over the next several years. HP celebrated the closing of the Samsung deal on...
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Future of Mobile Printing

Art Post ·
Mobile Printing Made Easier When we combine NFC technology with printing, the result is a simpler mobile printing solution. As long as your mobile is near your printer, you have the ability to print, even without a computer. Intelligent technology makes it easy-to-use, and simplicity is its biggest benefit. Mobile printing with NFC technology works in a very straightforward way. To activate it, tap the NFC icon on your device, place your phone near a printer for NFC tagging, select the...
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Konica Minolta South Africa extends product range with new Samsung machines

Art Post ·
Konica Minolta South Africa has announced it will be enhancing its range of bizhub digital multifunctional printers and production presses, with the introduction of the entry-level Samsung ProXpress M4070 multifunctional printer (MFP). The new Samsung machines will be serviced and supported by the local Bidvest group company, which will also uphold product warranties. Says Andrew Griffith, Konica Minolta South Africa product manager: office products: "Konica Minolta South Africa has always...
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Laserfiche to Showcase Integration with Samsung MFPs at #GartnerSYM

Art Post ·
October 07, 2015 08:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time ORLANDO, Fla--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Laserfiche has teamed up with Samsung Electronics America, Inc. , a global leader in technology, to showcase the Laserfiche enterprise content management (ECM) integration with Samsung’s printer and multi-function peripherals (MFPs) at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2015, taking place October 4-8. “The Laserfiche Connector with Samsung Print devices makes a powerful combination to enhance document management and...
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Samsung Announces New Executive Appointments Across Strategic Growth Areas

Art Post ·
DALLAS, Jun 10, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC (Samsung Mobile USA) today announced the addition of three new executives to its leadership team. Robin Bienfait has joined as executive vice president and chief enterprise innovation officer of Global Enterprise Services, John Pleasants has joined as executive vice president of Samsung Media Solutions Center America (MSCA) and Mark Louison has joined as senior vice president of Wireless Network Systems. “We...
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Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

Art Post ·
Summary: • Samsung introduced ten new Android-based multi-function printer (MFP) models to the European market at IFA 2014 with a more independent, intuitive, and scalable design for all types of business environments. Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™ New models are designed to be independent, intuitive and scalable for businesses users Samsung Electronics announced ten new multi-function printer (MFP) models to the European market at the ‘Smart MultiXpress’...
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Samsung Announces U.S. Availability of BusinessCore Printing Solutions for SMBs

Art Post ·
RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ – February 4, 2014 – Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today announced U.S. availability of its BusinessCore Printing Solutions for small and medium sized businesses (SMBs). Designed to increase workplace efficiency through easy-to-use, serverless printing, Samsung’s BusinessCore Printing Solutions enable SMBs to meet specific document handling, output management and print accounting needs, while delivering robust security, maximizing productivity and minimizing...
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Samsung Brings Evernote to the WB250F SMART Camera

Art Post ·
Evernote Gives Consumers a Fast and Simple Way to Sync Favorite Snapshots Across Devices RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a market leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, today announced the integration of Evernote into its WB250F SMART Camera. Coupled with Samsung’s SMART Camera 2.0 technologies, the addition of Evernote gives users a new way to capture and sync photos across any device that has Evernote installed. The new...
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Samsung CLX-4195FW Color

Art Post ·
Samsung CLX-4195FW Color Multifunction Printer - New Pages Per Minute: 10-20 PPM B&W or Color: Color Condition: New Brand: Samsung Type: Laser CLX-4195FW Description NEW PRODUCT CLX-4195FW Color Multifunction Printer 4-in-1 Multifunction Large 4.3” Color Touch Screen for Easy Operation Vibrant Color and Razor-sharp Text and Graphics Easy Mobile Printing
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Samsung Could Be Selling This Business to HP for $1.8 Billion

Art Post ·
Report says announcement could come next week. Samsung Electronics is considering selling its printer business to HP in a deal worth around $1.8 billion as the South Korean company shifts focus to its core businesses, the reported Friday. The paper, citing an unnamed senior Samsung source, said the Korean firm will likely announce a decision on the potential sale by next week. A Samsung spokesman said the company does not comment on rumors or speculation. HP’s office in Seoul could not be...
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