Geesh, seems everyday brings a new story. Ricoh operating profit was reduced from 2.9% to 1.7% for the year that ended in March. We've seen the restructuring here in the US, a giant cut with GAM, and a third cut to come in the US.
The BIG news from last week was the purchase of DocuWare by Ricoh. In my eyes DocuWare is the Premier Software provider in the Imaging Channel. Just my opinion. Who's next to be bought by the likes of KonicaMinolta, Canon, Sharp, Toshiba. Lexmark, Xerox? PS I'm no expert in this market and if one of the below has already been purchased please excuse. You can also write one in!
Xerox & Ricoh Rumors are out there With the Xerox OEM agreement ending in April of 2021 with FujiFilm. Xerox needs a partner since failed attempt to buy HP. Rumors are also out there that Fuji Film may be looking to establish a beach head in the USA for their MFP's (that would be the Xerox enterprise MFP's). Fuji Film has already stated they will still OEM for Xerox after the OEM agreement has ended. But if Fuji enters the USA market then will they cut the agreement with Xerox? Many...
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