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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Third Week of May 2004

John Kouri ·
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Third Week of May 2004

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Re: A Closer Look at Data Breach Avoidance & Response

tonyl ·
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of July 2004

HUNTER BUSINESS SYSTEMS ·
new canon a4 mfp coming call me tomorrow for specs Steve s iPhone > On Jul 20, 2014, at 8:19 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of April 2004)

Julia H. ·
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Re: THE CANNATA REPORT'S 28th ANNUAL AWARDS AND CHARITIES DINNER WILL HONOR LEADING INDUSTRY MANUFACTURERS

Art Post ·
I'll be there, should have some awesome stuff to share!
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Re: Advice For Starting An Unauthorized Copier Dealership

fisher ·
Create a mutually beneficial relationship with an authorized dealer. They help you. You help them.
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Industry Notes 2-15-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 2-22-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 3-1-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 4-5-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 4-12-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 5-3-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 6-14-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 7-26-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 8-2-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 7-12-2015.pdf

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Industry Notes 12-6-2015.pdf

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Re: Top Ten MFP & Imaging Industry Predictions for 2016

Czech ·
Nice! I would like to contribute a few of my own predictions as well: Xerox will sell its MFP division to focus entirely on production equipment and business services. Toshiba Tec will not sell nor merge with Sharp. Toshiba is too much of a powerhouse in North America alone. Konica Minolta will continue opening up direct branches due to the rapid growth of their brand. These branches will quickly fall apart when they realize that the dealer model is more profitable. Samsung will start...
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Re: Top Ten MFP & Imaging Industry Predictions for 2016

txeagle24 ·
Sorry for being the bearer of gloom & doom, but I think Czech is either being either overly-optimistic or things in the Great White North are just different than in the Southwest USA. Here are my predictions: Lease volume trends based on UCC filings from EDA show that 2015 placements have fallen by over 13,600 since 2013 (almost 10%) & are now at levels nearly equal to 2009 & 2010. Faced with increased competition for fewer units running less volume due to digitization, dealers...
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Third Week of January 2006

Larry Kirsch ·
Hello art. Happy New year. Any chance you may be able to forward a copy of Toshiba latest dealer price list.. Thanks in advance..
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Re: Industry Notes 3-1-2015.pdf

GIntel ·
Hey Art, Who publishes this each week? - jake
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Re: Industry Notes 3-1-2015.pdf

Art Post ·
I believe they are done by someone at Konica Minolta, thus you'll never read any bad stuff about Konica Minolta
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of April 2005

Keith Thompson ·
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "Part III"

Larry Kirsch ·
Thanks. Good work...
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "Part III"

Jf ·
This type process is archaic Yes, for sure it is!!! And time consuming... PrintAnalyze will have something to say in this matter very soon...
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "Part III"

JeffR ·
Art, So you’re saying you used eQuill with eWriter to process your sales paper work? To this day, are you still doing it that way? Did you have many customers buying in to eQuill in the healthcare, government agencies and law enforcement fields? It would seem that any entity that processed sales would be a good target for eQuill too—did you find that to be so? Yeah—it’s tough not to resort to ‘commodity speak’ when prospecting b/c that’s what it seems to come down to—cannibalizing from each...
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "Part III"

Jason of RAM Copiers ·
Great article as usual Art. I agree, technology like this is a great option for any industry. I think that the reason it has been so slow to take off is that people like the "hard copy". Whether it's because they feel it's more secure, or just out of habit, having the signed document in hand is a tough thing to let go of. I see the same with becoming a cashless society, people love paper!
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "Part III"

Art Post ·
Hey Jeff No, we did not use the eQuill/eWriter. I thought we should have put this to good use for our sales team. The usage of the eQuill in the field would have enable many conversations about how we use it, how we set the system up, and what was our back end process. It was an opportunity to break out of that commodity role. Thanx for the reply and questions!
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "According to Art"

Mike Hollander ·
What a great walk down memory lane Art! Even as recent as 5-6 years ago I was still installing hecons and coin counters. Also, we sold the analog copiers for almost retail price! They cost more to the end user then than they do today! Great stuff!
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Re: The Transition of the Copier Industry "According to Art"

Art Post ·
Mike, that's awesome, thank you! I used to get so frustrated with the key counters, it seemed every couple of months someone was losing them or calling because they broke one. Art
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago The Second Week of July 2006

George KRebs ·
Y. Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. From: Print4Pay Hotel Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2016 8:46 PM To: George KRebs Reply To: Print4Pay Hotel Subject: Post By Art Post: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry ...
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Re: Sharp seeks to nearly double number of recruits following takeover deal

Bill Siderys ·
At first I thought they were expanding in the business solutions group . It looks like the money is being spent on displays. I still think the business solutions group will be sold off.
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Re: Sharp seeks to nearly double number of recruits following takeover deal

Art Post ·
Bill Yup, seems like FARP wants to invest more into IOT, Robotics and Signage than MFP's. That's how I comprehended I recent Sharp document that was posted about a month ago.
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Re: DRUPA WORLD TOUR STARTED

Art Post ·
Who is going? I need to make this trip, lets get a few peeps and enjoy a week in Germany!
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Canon Solutions America Receives Prestigious Award for its Designer''s Guide to Inkjet

Art Post ·
Company is awarded first honorable mention by Xplor International MELVILLE, N.Y., May 4, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., today announced that its Designer's Guide to Inkjet was awarded first honorable mention for Application of the Year by Xplor International , a worldwide association for technology users and suppliers in the digital document and customer communications industry. Their members are transactional and...
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Copier Tech Needed in CT

Art Post ·
Copier Technician Windsor, CT Currently seeking a 2nd Level Technical Support Specialist with previous hands-on experience in the copier industry. go here
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ENX Magazine and The Week in Imaging Announce Merger of Two Publications

Art Post ·
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ENX Magazine and The Week in Imaging Announce Merger of Two Publications   Office Imaging Industry's Leading Print Publication and Leading Digital Publication Merge   July 1, 2014 -Los Angeles, CA -  Susan Neimes,...
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Epson Acquires K-Sun Corporation in Move to Expand Presence in Industrial Labeling Solutions Market

Art Post ·
LONG BEACH, Calif., Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") today announced it had acquired Somerset, Wisconsin-based K-Sun Corporation, a supplier of award-winning portable and desktop electronic label printers. The acquisition of K-Sun, with its more than three decades of experience in the industrial identifications solutions market, will provide Epson with broader access to labeling customers and influencers, as well as expand the company's presence in...
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EFI Appoints Patrick Morrissey as VP of Americas Sales

Art Post ·
NEWS – For Immediate Release EFI Appoints Patrick Morrissey as VP of Americas Sales FREMONT, California -- November 2, 2015 -- Electronics For Imaging , Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII) today announced the appointment of graphic arts sales executive Patrick Morrissey to the position of vice president, Americas Sales. Morrissey will be responsible for growing regional direct sales and enhancing channel partnerships across the company’s Productivity Software, Industrial Inkjet and Fiery digital print...
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Fluid Networks Selects Thinspace Technology For Secure Remote Access Over Industry Giant

Art Post ·
LAKE MARY, Fla., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thinspace Technology Inc. (OTCBB: THNS; "Thinspace or the "Company"), formerly known as Vanity Events Holdings and Propalms Ltd., a global provider of reliable, scalable and affordable application...
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Foxconn details offer for troubled Sharp, Gou steps in: source

Art Post ·
Taiwan's Foxconn ( 2317.TW ) has detailed its offer for troubled electronics maker Sharp Corp ( 6753.T ), a person with direct knowledge of the talks said, potentially complicating a rescue bid led by a Japanese state-backed fund. Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ), still seen as a front runner, will go head-to-head with Foxconn in the bidding for Sharp, and its third bailout in under four years. Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry, had already offered over 600...
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Foxconn Firms $2.7B Credit Line For Sharp Takeover

Art Post ·
Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., has reached an agreement with Sharp Corp.’s banks to extend a 300 billion yen ($2.7 billion) credit line to the troubled Japanese electronics major, Bloomberg reported, citing Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun, Saturday. The agreement will reportedly allow Sharp to borrow from its lenders Mizuho Financial Group Inc. and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., if it suffers losses from potential liabilities or needs new investments.
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Foxconn-Sharp: All Cards on the Table

Art Post ·
Sharp Corporation, which has about $6.2 billion in interest bearing debt, has been offered a revised deadline and lowered interest rate on lending from two major banks. The company has also been offered other forms of financial support to help speed up Foxconn Technology’s planned acquisition of the Japanese electronics maker’s assets. Hon Hai Precision Industry, commonly known as Foxconn, halted the acquisition process worth up to $5.8 billion after receiving previously unrevealed documents...
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Industry's Top Office Equipment Manufacturers Join the Exhibitor Roster for the 15th ITEX National Conference and Expo

Art Post ·
ITEX National Conference and Expo, the office equipment and imaging channel’s premier event, is pleased to announce the industry’s leading OEMs who will be featured in the exhibit hall. Epson America, Inc., Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc., Hewlett-Packard Company, Inc., Lexmark, and OKI Data Americas will join the impressive ranks of over a hundred best-in-class distributors, vendors, and partners that will be exhibiting at the 15th annual Expo. The upcoming event will bring...
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HP Is Getting Its 3D Voxels On: What’s in It for the Channel?

Art Post ·
HP Is Getting Its 3D Voxels On: What’s in It for the Channel? by Print Audit On May 17th, 2016, HP announced to the world that it has entered the world of 3D printing, though technically they yet have anything to sell. Many of us in the industry wondered what took them so long to put their stake in the ground. For an industry that is projected to grow to over $30 billion by 2022 with CAGR of over 28%, HP clearly sees the opportunity. Read more of this post
 
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