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Re: Print Copy Tool versus Plotworks

jdicarlo ·
John, The PrintCopy Tool compares pretty favorably to Plotworks. I attached two documents to this post. The Product Support Guide lists differences between the two products. The PowerPoint has screen shots of all the settings in PrintCopy Tool. I hope this helps.
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Re: Global Imaging aquires Conestoga Business Solution

Art Post ·
Global Acquires Pennsylvania-based Conestoga Business Solutions - Tuesday, July 07, 2015 Global Imaging Systems Acquires Pennsylvania-based Conestoga Business Solutions; Bolsters Xerox’s Presence in SMB Market LANCASTER, Pa., July 6, 2015 – Global Imaging Systems (GIS), A Xerox Company, has acquired Conestoga Business Solutions, an award winning, independent office equipment dealer in the Pennsylvania region. The company will offer the full range of Xerox office and printing technology, and...
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Re: KonicaMinolta One Rate webinar Recording from 9/14/2018

Ron Mouzakes ·
Art, Can you please send me the Webinar recording? KonicaMinolta One Rate webinar Recording from 9/14/2018 Thanks, Ron Mouzakes, Jr. Client Executive US Direct Sales-Office Solutions-Enterprise Accounts Ricoh USA, Inc. Ricoh Global Services 500 Commack Rd, Suite 140 I Commack, NY 11725 Email: Ronald.Mouzakes@ricoh-usa.com Phone: 631-764-2705 I Fax: 212-202-5154 https://www.ricoh-usa.com/en/insights EMPOWERING DIGITAL WORKPLACES: RICOH IMPROVES WORKPLACES USING INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES &...
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Re: Around the World with Ricoh

Art Post ·
Ricoh Selects Juniper Networks to Modernize its Group-Wide Network Infrastructure TOKYO, Aug. 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR ), an industry leader in automated, scalable and secure networks, today announced that Ricoh Group has successfully implemented Juniper Networks' high-performing solutions to modernize and simplify the operations of its core networking and security infrastructure that supports approximately 500 locations and 34,000 users in Japan. Ricoh Group...
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Re: Copier Parts & Accessories China Tariff Starts in 9 Working Days

SalesServiceGuy ·
In a hint at what is to soon happen with tariffs on copiers/ printers from China headed to the USA, Harley Davidson Motorcycles announced today that it would shift some production headed for Europe to other global manufacturing facilities to avoid paying tariffs estimated at up to $2,200.00 per bike. It could take nine to 18 months to make this change. It also said that it would not increase prices to European dealers and would take a hit to profitability for the remainder of this year at...
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Re: MPS and Linux HELP!

jdicarlo ·
So some clarification first. PaperCut absolutely does support Mac. In fact, it is the only cost recovery/print control solution that I know of that actually installs in an all Mac environment. (Server and Client) It also is the only solution I know of that installs in a Linux environment. So both of your issues are solved with PaperCut. I included the install guides for Mac and Linux to get you started.
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Re: Around the Word with Konica Minolta

Art Post ·
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Enters Predictive Healthcare Analytics with Value-Based Care Platform August 13, 2018 11:30 ET | Source: Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. Ramsey, NJ and Foster City, CA – August 13, 2018, Aug. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Konica Minolta Inc.’s (Konica Minolta) Business Innovation Center (BIC), technology innovator for the healthcare industry, announces today the company’s breakthrough entry into the healthcare analytics market: a Value-Based...
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Re: GR firm wins Muskegon school district's copier bid

Guest ·
Hey, same is true with KMBS direct, bottom line is dealers that have direct branches in their immediate geography will find it hard to secure any of the large bids or contracts. Direct Branches whether Ricoh, IKON, KonicMinolta, Sharp, Global, CBS or Global will continue to buy the clicks.
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Re: "Green Jobs"

JasonR ·
Cold (or hot) weather in one location (or country) is not indicative of a "Global" temperature change. I agree, our grandchildren will probably be the ones to learn the truth about this issue. I sincerely hope that you are right and either nothing is happening or we can't do anything about what is happening. If however, 95% of all scientists are correct and something is happening AND it's caused by man AND possibly mitigated or reversible by our actions, I want to tell my grandchildren I did...
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Re: "Green Jobs"

CashGap ·
Though I hope you intended that figure as hyperbolic, keep in mind that scientists are now shunned and denied grants if they do not kneel at the altar of Global Climate Change Caused By Evil Capitalist Man. It's not as if we receive their unbiased opinions. Environmentalism is perhaps the most narrow faith-based movement afoot today, and professional execution of heretics is swift and sure. There is no longer time for debate, remember? I really wish the "We're causing a new ice age!" thing...
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Re: "Green Jobs"

JasonR ·
Nope, I didn't: "The study released today was conducted by academics from the University of Illinois, who used an online questionnaire of nine questions. The scientists approached were listed in the 2007 edition of the American Geological Institute's Directory of Geoscience Departments. Two questions were key: Have mean global temperatures risen compared to pre-1800s levels, and has human activity been a significant factor in changing mean global temperatures? About 90 percent of the...
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Re: "Green Jobs"

Old Glory ·
Also note that most climatologists would likely be unemployed were it not for the theory of Global Warming. I wonder how many of those surveyed were believers in the predominantly held theory of Global Cooling 20 years ago?
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Re: P4P member: Allegheny County signs 5 year contract with Amcon Office Systems

Guest ·
Gman - Your absolutely right...Green Initiatives have always interested me and from a financial perspective they are great investments right now for stocks. Art - Thank you -- this was the most competitive and nail bighting 4 months in my career so far. Being government this bid had to go out to the public. The bid requirements were 50 pages long, and the time spent in dotting I's and crossing t's was insane. Every company who sells copiers bid in the Pittsburgh Market. Everyone body who...
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Re: UPDATE 3-Canon buys Dutch Oce for $1.1 bln, fights Ricoh

Guest ·
Tokyoamsterdam: Japan's Canon plans to buy Dutch copier and printer maker Oce for 730 million euros ($1.09 billion) as it tries to return to growth after the global downturn and fight rival Ricoh. Copier and digital camera maker Canon and Oce said in a joint statement on Monday that Canon intends to offer 8.60 euros per share, or 730 million euros, for Oce's outstanding shares. Canon's offer follows little over a year after Japan's Ricoh, the world''s largest copier maker, bought US office...
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Re: UPDATE 3-Canon buys Dutch Oce for $1.1 bln, fights Ricoh

Guest ·
Go this via email today: Canon intends to make an offer of € 8.60 per Share for 100% of the outstanding Shares of Océ, representing a premium of 70% over Océ's stock price. There does not appear to be opposition to the deal either from European regulators or Océ board members. Océ will remain a separate legal entity as a Canon division, headquartered in Venlo (the Netherlands). The Océ brand is to be maintained and applied in all relevant markets. Océ will continue to lead its R&D and...
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Re: UPDATE 3-Canon buys Dutch Oce for $1.1 bln, fights Ricoh

Old Glory ·
I tend to agree with the notion that Imagistics won't change much on the short term. They will have Canon added to their mix but the Oce's will still be there. This acquisition isn't like buying a Global or an IKON. Canon acquired a manufacturer with it's own manufacturing and R&D. Over time the lines will be blurred but not for several years.
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Re: UPDATE 3-Canon buys Dutch Oce for $1.1 bln, fights Ricoh

Guest ·
Canon and Océ: More Details Canon and Océ: More Details By Cary Sherburne on November 19th, 2009 Océ management conducted a well-attended press teleconference today to provide further details of its acquisition by Canon. Jan Hol, who was interviewed earlier by WhatTheyThink, was on the line from Europe, and North America was represented by Mal Baboyian, president, production printing systems, Océ North America, and Joe Skrzypczak President and CEO of Océ North America. Océ reiterated that...
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Re: Questions about Xerox's MPS Offerings to SMB Customers

GIntel ·
Hey Art, I have not heard of the XPS program. But Xerox has alot of flavors of MPS, thats for sure. So far it looks like Xerox has a well developed direct-to-enterprise MPS program through Xerox Global Services (XGS). This has been around for a while, but they recently "announced" it as Enterprise Print Services (EPS). Four components: - Office support - Remote worker/device support - Production and mailroom support - External doc procurement (outsourcing) Its pretty all-encompassing. Thats...
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Re: Panasonic Canada discontinues A3 Copier Distribution March 2011

Guest ·
Panasonic Takes Aim at Fast-Growing A4 Class MFP Market Company to emphasize growing A4 MFP format in response to customer demands SECAUCUS, NJ (February 4, 2010) — Panasonic System Networks Company of America today announced plans to substantially increase its footprint in the burgeoning market for A4 multi-function products. The A4 market has undergone rapid growth and is emerging as the de facto standard in the marketplace. As a consequence the A3 market has been fading and will no longer...
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Re: Matt Espe named CEO of Ricoh Americas Corp

Guest ·
5 of these 8 people at Ikon now hold top Ricoh Americas Corp positions: Management Team Matthew J. Espe (RAC) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mark A. Hershey (RAC) Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary Jeffrey W. Hickling (RAC) President and Chief Operating Officer Henry M. Miller, Jr. Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer Daniel Murphy Vice President, Global Strategy and Communications Tracey J. Rothenberger (RAC) Senior Vice President and Chief...
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Re: New Samsung 11 x 17" Colour MFPs due Oct 01 USA

Guest ·
I don't think you're going out on a limb, talk is they want to challenge the likes of Ricoh, Canon, Global and KM for dealers as a sole source line and not a secondary line. Was in Office Max today and saw four new products from Sammy on the low end, what out HP, Brother an Epson!
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Re: A4 Page Volumes

M138 ·
I'm looking at a break point of around 10k/month, at that point, at least at my dealership, a3 is a lower tco. They [the samsung rep]say when you look at total volumes, 11x17 only accounts for like 3% of the global print volume. What I've seen is that its not accurate to extrapolate that only 3% of customers need it, it means that there is a wider group of customers that use it outside AEC, but they do a tiny amount of it. Even so, once you've got a feature that is used, even marginally,...
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Re: A4 Page Volumes

Guest ·
The most important question to ask is "how much do you copy 11x17"? If the answer is none, then the next question is "how often do you print 11x17"? When the answer is quite often, well A3 is then a no brainer, however if the answer is rarely, then I'll bundle an 11x17 laser or ink printer. Based on under 10K per month, A4 will save the customer on the TCO over the term of a 5 year lease.
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Re: The Effect Currency Evaluations have on the MFP industry

SalesServiceGuy ·
The Japanese Yen has reached a 15 year high against the USD forcing all Japanese companies to intensify their efforts to manufacture their products abroad. Japan Iron and Steel Federation Chairman Eiji Hayashida said at a regular press conference that an exchange rate of around 90 yen against the dollar is appropriate for fair global competition. "The (current) exchange rate in the 81 yen range is very harsh when (Japan's) present economic conditions and the competitiveness of (Japanese)...
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Re: Does any National Copier Vendor still have their own in house leasing service?

Keith Hachey ·
Canon has Canon Financial Services - which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon. This is a true captive program with Canon financial servicing the majority of the leases they originate Ricoh - Most of Ricoh's leases are sold to 3rd party leasing companies (GE, DLL, CIT, Wells) on a private label basis. Ricoh does have Ricoh Financial Services which is a true captive, but it only takes a small portion (Major Accounts) of the leases that are originated by Ricoh Ikon - they utilize Ikon...
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Re: First Look New Ricoh MPC2801_3301

txeagle24 ·
Spec sheet for the Lanier LD630c/635c and LD645c/655c attached.
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Re: Ricoh USA Eliminates CEO/President

Guest ·
Prior to the July fourth holiday weekend, it seems Jeff Hickling, President and CEO of Ricoh U.S. found his position was to be eliminated. Sources within the company that wish to remain anonymous have told us that Hickling is out. This has been confirmed with a letter from Kevin Togashi, Chairman and CEO of Ricoh Americas Corp. that was forwarded to us. For now, Kevin Togashi, Chairman and CEO of Ricoh Americas will direct the U.S. sales and operations. While working hard to build Ricoh as a...
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Re: Pietrunti Gig

GMAN ·
Word on 'The Street' says that Global Imaging Systems, owned by XEROX, has hired Mike Pietrunti. Mike knew to abandon ship at Kyocera MITA and has landed at a very sound company, with Global. He will be far better off than landing at Ricoh and helping them transition to a strictly Direct operation, or helping SHARP manage their MFP business into extinction. Both Global and Mike Pietrunti made a good move.
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Re: Ricoh Loses another Top Exec

Guest ·
Today we are announcing a change in our direct field sales leadership as Mark Bottini has decided to resign his position as Vice President of Direct Sales for Ricoh U.S. to accept a senior leadership position at an outside company. I want to thank Mark for his many contributions to Ricoh and IKON. He started his career in sales with IKON over 20 years ago and has held many leadership positions at the Area, Region and national level. His leadership, commitment and enthusiasm have been...
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Re: NSI Autostore

yeti ·
I hear allot about NSI autostore through out Ricoh not so much on the Ikon side as they have their own solution. Rumor has it that Ricoh people have been told to dial it back a bit and start promoting global scan instead.
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Re: Would You Loan this company Money?

Guest ·
KIP now has a contract with Global, however with the AEC market still in the dumps is that enough to help? My it seems everyone now has the KIP product and OCE and Ricoh are now in the minority. Ricoh has better get thier act together quickly in the US, it seems no one thinks a 4ppm device LED device is needed here in the US. What they don't know is that probably 75-80% of my 240W and W2400 placements average under 1,000 square feet a month. Thye have a refresh coming of the 10ppm and 14ppm...
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Re: Oki Managed Print Services

bandit41076 ·
a little more info
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Re: Canon shaking up the great white north

Jrlz ·
Are we seeing a new business model emerge? Ricoh will sell off the mid market business and focus entirely on health care, government, and global accounts? It appears they are at least exploring the possibility.
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Re: Canon shaking up the great white north

Guest ·
It may also be a copy of the xerox model for Global, instad of using just one dealer like Xerox has, Ricoh will just use many. RBS could then just focus on the top tier? Would love to hear thoughts from others on this move!
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Re: Canon shaking up the great white north

Laxfan25 ·
Your teaser headline made me think that Ricoh Canada had sold all of its branches. Not quite the case, just Sasquatch. It reflects the realities of a direct channel - very high infrastructure and management costs, along with the recognition that the mfrs need to focus on the opportunities where they have an advantage, in particular where they are large geographic or global entities. By using the dealers to focus on the SMB market, the costs to support that channel are much less. I can see...
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Re: Toshiba TEC (and OCE) partner with Memjet

Guest ·
I just caught this, seems all is well with memjet and silverbrook! Memjet Legal Issues Resolved Friday, May 04, 2012 Press release from the issuing company Memjet today announced a key agreement that clears the way for the continued commercialization of Memjet's revolutionary color printing technology. Under the agreement, Memjet will assume direct ownership and control of the intellectual property portfolio related to the Memjet technology, which includes some 4,000 issued and pending...
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Re: Transform Global 2012

Guest ·
Day one has passed and overall, I'm impressed with the event. I actually ran into a couple of P4P members and finally after all of these years got to meet Lee Rummage from RJ Young. On Wednesday evening Oki hosted the evening reception @ Hiltons Signature Island. Food, drinks and networking, at this time I also had to the chance to meet Greg Walters (Death of the Copier) and now the newly elected President of the MPSA. I also ran across many new contacts and believe it or not many readers of...
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Re: Transform Global 2012

Guest ·
Dates for transform 2013 in Scottsdale, AZ. Monday May 6th Golf Scrmable Tuesday May 7th Sessions 9-5 Reception 7-9:30 Wednesday May 8th Sessions 9-5 Charity Dinner 7-9 Thursday May 9th 9-1 workshops
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Re: OKI Data and Toshiba Tec Agree to Joint Development of Multifunction Printers

SalesServiceGuy ·
I cannot comment with authority but I suspect Toshiba has a larger global distribution and sales than Okidata. Toshiba has been looking for a way into the A4 market for years other than simply reselling HP and Lexmark product. Toshiba TEC just spent a $900M to buy IBM's Point of Sale division so another purchase is likely not in the works.
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Re: Japan's Sharp Corp plans to sell its copiers and air conditioners businesses

Guest ·
Somewhere near last.... However, I just picked up this press release from Rueters also: Sharp seeking over $1.2 bln for plant and other assets -Yomiuri * Sharp also in talks to sell some Tokyo offices -Yomiuri * Sharp will struggle to find buyer for solar business-source By Reiji Murai and Tim Kelly TOKYO, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Cash-strapped Sharp Corp is in talks to sell its key solar panel plant in Japan as part of an asset sale seeking more than $1.2 billion, local media said on Thursday,...
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Re: ITEX, WorldExpo, or BTA?

Guest ·
Geesh, never been to ITEX or World Expo, going to my first BTA event next week. Have been to the Photizo Transform and thought it was excellent. Will give you a heads up on BTA next week.
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Re: Ricoh acquisition ‘bolsters’ IT services strategy

Guest ·
Ricoh Australia acquires IMC Communications business to significantly boost IT Services capability Sydney, 2 October, 2012: Ricoh Australia has acquired the IT services business of IMC Communications effective 1 October, bolstering its strategy to be a complete technology services-based organisation. IMC Communications has been providing end-to-end IT Infrastructure services for over 18 years to some of Australia’s largest companies including Network Ten, Bankwest, SBS, Lloyds International...
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Re: What is the future for DigiDoc Flow, eCopy and NSI?

Guest ·
take for example, I have a customer interested scanning to sub folders and of course with the Ricoh's we have to achieve this with either NSI or ecopy. In our company I have to reach out to our Pro Services department, believe it or not we are now recommending Global Scan, reasoning counts towards our quota, and I'm told easier to support. I'm sure at some we'll have a standard feature with scanning to nested folders, but as technology moves forward do you not think that the manufacturers...
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Re: there is no end in sight to Sharp’s crisis.

Jomama ·
From Industry Analyst. By Andy Slawetsky, President, Industry Analysts, Inc. Industry Analysts, Inc. has learned that Sharp Electronics has terminated their agreement with Xerox’s Global Imaging (GIS). The contract will end on November 26, 2012. After that date, GIS will no longer be able to purchase Sharp hardware and accessories. Sharp will continue to provide supplies and parts to GIS for the foreseeable future but they have eliminated discounts. According to Rich Boomsma, Senior VP of...
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Re: 240WD

Guest ·
I have situations like this before, even though the 240W is only six years old, keep in mind they were around for almost 4 years! Ricoh has now listed them as "limited parts" or something to that effect. This is the first item I would tell them about. There has got be advantages moveing to the W3601 for them. Are they scanning if so, are they only scanning as a .tiff. Are they emailing the scans as .tiffs or are they converting to .pdf, if they are converting to .pdf, have they considered...
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Re: there is no end in sight to Sharp’s crisis.

yeti ·
I don't understand this, GIS Dealers are the largest purchasers of Sharp devices. heck most GIS dealer sell more Sharp that Xerox to boot. Either GIS is demanding an agreement that is not profitable for Sharp or Sharp suddenly has another revenue source.
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Re: Windows 8 Compatability

SalesServiceGuy ·
FYI. To be technical, Windows 8 introduces SMB V3, improving security features among other things. http://www.windowsecurity.com/...SMB-Connections.html Although supposedly backwards compatible with SMB V1 & V2 found on most current MFPs, the transition is not quite as seamless as Microsoft hoped for. SMB V3 will likely require firmware updates from all of the copier manufacturers to be compatible. I have no idea on the Universal Print drivers until you try them. It is only a short time...
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Re: Ricoh Dealership in Minnesota will buy.......

Guest ·
Ahead of schedule: Ricoh Hands Over Accounts to Dealer MALVERN, PA. and MINNEAPOLIS, MN, Nov. 20, 2012 –Ricoh Americas Corporation and Metro Sales, Inc. announced a strategic agreement for the sales, service and operations of certain Ricoh direct channel commercial customers in the Duluth, Rochester and St. Cloud, Minnesota areas. Beginning December 1, 2012, Metro Sales, Inc. will acquire select Ricoh commercial accounts and support these customers with sales, service and supplies. “Metro...
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Re: NEC Corporation of America Announces Closure of Document Solutions Division (DSD)

exit148 ·
Sharp seems like the Mfr that is going after the smaller dealers these days. After their financial situation & not selling thru the Global/Xerox channel, they are signing up more new dealers than anyone else lately.
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Re: Samsung Says Offer for Sharp’s Photocopier Unit Rejected

lep524 ·
One of the interesting sides to this would be what would happen to Sharp's direct operations under a Samsung take over of the copier operation. Samsung in Canada has been extremely adamant that they do not do direct sales in any of their operations, consumer or BtoB. Interesting to watch these global operations shift.
 
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