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Re: 7 Deadly Topics from 7 Deadly Sinners at Top 100 Summit (Part One)

txeagle24 ·
I disagree that you have to own the network in order to offer seat-based billing. Before I go into why, can we (imaging industry) please stop referring to Managed Services as MNS? No one in the IT world uses this term; it's industry jargon that makes you stand out as a copier dealer 1st and an IT Services provider 2nd. Managed IT Services, Managed Services...fine. MNS needs to die. Now, here is why I disagree that you have to own the network as a client's Managed Services provider in order...
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Re: 7 Deadly Topics from 7 Deadly Sinners at Top 100 Summit (Part One)

gwalters2009 ·
Originally Posted by txeagle24: I disagree that you have to own the network in order to offer seat-based billing. Before I go into why, can we (imaging industry) please stop referring to Managed Services as MNS? No one in the IT world uses this term; it's industry jargon that makes you stand out as a copier dealer 1st and an IT Services provider 2nd. Managed IT Services, Managed Services...fine. MNS needs to die. Now, here is why I disagree that you have to own the network as a client's...
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Re: Has anyone worked with ZooBook?

Art Post ·
I went out and contacted ZooBook directly. below is the email I received from ZooBook: Hi Art, Does the scanner send the documents to a shared drive? They can just upload straight from that. To scan directly into a record I would have to check with our developers. Thanks, Earl On 2018-07-17 5:54 pm, Art Post wrote: Hi earl We are not looking to file any forms. All we are looking to do is attach a scanned document to a clients record. Some emr programs allow you to import that document via a...
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Re: "Green Jobs"

JasonR ·
Correct. We'll find a way to drill on the moon to sate our appetite for oil. I don't see the question as "will we run out of oil?" so much as "do we want to give billions of dollars a year to Hugo Chavez, Russia and the Middle East to finance THEIR agendas or should wee develop an American-produced replacement that we can export?"
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Re: Ricoh Pro C720

bandit41076 ·
Ricoh Americas Corporation announced today the official launch of the Ricoh Pro C720/C720s, a production class multi-functional color system and the latest addition to Ricoh’s Pro series of products, designed specifically for the production environment. This flexible system targets corporate and commercial professional print environments with demanding application needs. The Pro C720/C720s has a robust duty cycle of 320,000 images per month, and runs at 72 pages-per-minute (PPM) regardless...
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Re: Top 9 Blunders that B2B Sales Reps Make

Guest ·
Blunder #9: They don’t follow through. What they do: After the deal has gone through, they don’t bother to make certain that the customer is delighted. Why they do it: They feel that they are “too busy” working on new accounts and developing new business. What happens: The reps find that the key to success in sales — repeat business — never really develops because the customers fell that the rep doesn’t really care. As a result, the rep is constantly forced to develop new contacts and new...
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Re: New Samsung 11 x 17" Colour MFPs due Oct 01 USA

Guest ·
Yes, I agree, we only picked up the Sammies for monochrome no color, we've stuck with Ricoh for that. I just hoping Ricoh doesn't screw it up with higher cpp than the A3 color machines.....something is telling me that the A4 color will be higher, however I hope I'm wrong. If A4 color price is higher than A3 color, that leaves the door open for someone to develop a color A4 with A3 cpp pricing.
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Re: Stuxnet Lives!

Guest ·
A COMPUTER virus created to sabotage Iran's nuclear programme and stop Tehran developing an atomic bomb was designed by American and Israeli experts, it was claimed yesterday. The Stuxnet computer worm, the most sophisticated cyber weapon ever made, crippled uranium enrichment facilities across Iran last year and set the country back five years in the nuclear arms race. US military and intelligence sources have told The New York Times that a simulation of Iran's uranium enrichment facility...
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Re: Would You Loan this company Money?

Jrlz ·
Hi Art, I agree. Ricoh needs an entry level 4 D/min system. I have always thought Ricoh should take thier gel sprinter technology and develop a plotter around it, instead they rely on Epson to fill this void. They seem ready to concede the 4 d market to Oce, Kip and the plotter cometitors. I wonder if it is the aftermarket that drives the decision. With a 4 D-Size per minute you are generating less clicks and less aftermarket revenue. Perhaps they want use limited dollars to develope higher...
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Re: Oki Managed Print Services

bandit41076 ·
a little more info
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Re: Are you a Data Miner?

SalesServiceGuy ·
If Email marketing is successful for 0.0067% of the emails that I send I will be happy. Yes, I expect many emails will be shot down as spam. Just the very process of data mining has already identified 50 companies that I did not know about and never touched. Data mining helps to identify the players in an organization and the corporate structure. To be able to cold call an account and ask to see a specific individual is helpful. Yes, it does take a significant of time to develop a list and...
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Re: Samsung Brings Copiers With IPhone’s Power to Beat Japan: Tech

SalesServiceGuy ·
Measuring copier performance is not as simple as who has the fastest gigahertz processor. A lot of buyers do, however, try to evaluate a copier like a PC and think that bigger, faster or more must be better. Some copier vendors like Toshiba develop specialized Systems on a Chip (SOC) which replace multiple electronic components onto a single chip that is specialized for the tasks required of a MFP. SOCs can produce better system performance than an off the shelf PC processor of faster...
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Re: Managed Network Services discussion

Old Glory ·
Of course they are different. So is Ford Motor and Ford Motor Credit but the same principle applies. Are you suggesting that our accounts receivable can't handle managed network invoices? That Accounts payable can't pay vendors who supply network services hardware? That the warehouse is ill-equipped to inventory equipment and parts if they are to cover our network services responsibilities? Those are the people in common. Like I said, what makes us successful are the resources we bring in to...
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Re: What is the future for DigiDoc Flow, eCopy and NSI?

SalesServiceGuy ·
Toshiba seems to be taking the position of developing customized processors that are optimized for MFPs. The benefit is much smaller size, faster processing (measured by quicker FCOT) and lower power consumption. Many manufacturers use "off the shelf" PC processors due to lower cost and less complicated to develop. Xerox commonly convinces buyers to include the spec, "must have a minimum of a 1.2 Ghz processor" for their Black only copiers as a "knock-out" feature. The MFP industry will...
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Re: Does it matter what a presidential candidate promises?

Chuck ·
You mean tank like it did under a Republican President and House in 2007-8? The entire world is going thru an austerity period. In nature you have to prune in order to develop new growth. Major businesses in the US are flush with cash and will start to spend when there is DEMAND - when the middle class has the money to spend not when the wealthy keep their tax breaks. Defense contractors don't need to build two more Aircraft Carrier Battlegroups as Romney wants - there's only ONE other...
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Re: Samsung Says Offer for Sharp’s Photocopier Unit Rejected

Guest ·
Yoda: Here is that release, still tough times for Sharp. After failing to advance far enough toward a manufacturing process goal, Sharp says that it will miss a March 29 deadline to receive the second half of a $120 million investment from chipmaker Qualcomm. In December, the ailing Japanese electronics maker said it reached a partnership with U.S.-based Qualcomm, which agreed to invest $120 million in a project to jointly develop display panels. However, as reported by Reuters, Qualcomm's...
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Re: 100 calls a day, 240 minutes talk time a day, 4 opps per day

Guest ·
I believe this was the case, just from our few phone conversations. I thing I can tell you is that the salesperson is a hardworker. from Yoda "Just to clarify I think 100 calls per day every day is harsh but what throws me is the only 4 business opportunities? Heck you should get 50 that qualify as an opportunity if not more, just depends on when". Personally I made over 50 calls today,15 emails to prospects, returned 4 calls, set 3 appointments, however zero opportunities. I believe an...
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Re: 100 calls a day, 240 minutes talk time a day, 4 opps per day

Yoda ·
Are there really markets where there are so many unknown potential clients (after all these years of CRM's that is;DM, Lease end date , local decisions, make, model, volume, notes) that making random calls from a list would really achieve results? If I were to start another copier company (which I won't) I would spend a large percentage of my initial investment in information. I've said it before I'll say it again : ALL Businesses (with local decision making) are prospects its just a matter...
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Re: CompTIA CDIA+(Certified Document Imaging Architech)

Jayson Gilbertson ·
Here are the certification objectives taken off the Comptia website
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Re: Big, Big News from Xerox!!

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May 1, 2003 - Xerox Partners with Industry Specialists to Develop Solutions for New Digital Office Products NEW YORK, April 30, 2003 – More than a dozen ready-to-go business solutions that will help customers increase productivity and transform their workflows were unveiled today by Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) and its Premier Business Partners. The new or improved solutions couple the industry expertise of partner companies with the productivity benefits of Xerox office multifunction...
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Re: MFP Wars "Death of the Independent Dealer"

aficio400 ·
It may be time to develop a CO OP with a central buying group like some of the business you sell to, you get enough dealers (Buying Power) then the OEM may have to listen. Right know and for a few years they still need you. Just a thought.
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Re: Around The World with Ricoh II

Guest ·
Ricoh Charity Bowls Day 2004 Ricoh’s 5th Charity Event In Support Of The Sunnyfield Association. With the continued support of sponsors and donators, Ricoh Australia will be holding its inaugural Ricoh Charity Bowls Day on 1 April 2004 at the Paddington Bowling Club The Sunnyfield Association Over the past 50 years, The Sunnyfield Association has provided a range of services for people with intellectual disabilities including accommodation, training and employment, transport, programs for...
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Re: Around The World with Ricoh II

Guest ·
Ricoh Charity Bowls Day 2004 Story Link A crackerjack day for Ricoh On Thursday, 1 April, Ricoh’s inaugural Charity Bowls Day at the Paddington Bowling Club raised an impressive $95,000 for the Sunnyfield Association – an organisation committed to helping those with intellectual disabilities. Celebrity guests and sporting greats joined Sydney business identities for a fun-filled afternoon on the sun-drenched Paddington green. Ten-times Australian decathlon champion, Peter Hatfield delighted...
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Re: Ricoh Introduction of RightFax

Guest ·
RICOH SIMPLIFIES DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES WITH RIGHTFAX CONNECTOR New Solution Provides Ricoh Multifunction Products with Seamless Integration with Open Text Fax Server (RightFax) or Open Text Fax Appliance (FaxPress) West Caldwell, NJ, February 17, 2009 — Ricoh Americas Corporation, a leading provider of digital office equipment, today announced the release of the RightFax Connector for embedded software architecture (ESA) enabled multifunction products (MFPs). Ricoh’s RightFax...
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Re: My Top Ten Bucket List before I Retire from Selling Copiers

Art Post ·
I posted the link in the previous comment: Here a few of the comments with the link to the amazon page at he bottom of this thread: Unimpressive Book From An Impressive Salesperson ,September 24, 2006 By AliGhaemi (Toronto, Canada) - See all my reviews This review is from: Never Cold Call Again: Achieve Sales Greatness Without Cold Calling (Paperback) Achieving sales greatness without cold calling might be a looked-for goal in sales circles - although greatness is hell of a subjective term -...
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Re: @ Remote is Here!!

Guest ·
Large Accounts, where the fleet is 25 or more systems. I think that's about it, Ricoh has stated that they will be adding more features, just a question of what features. Maybe we can develop a list of feaures here and then propose them Art
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Re: What are your thoughts for next generation technology?

Anders And ·
Hi all - and a happy new year to y'all 1. Color scanning: A must 2. Scan to JPEG: dunno, 4 what use? 3. Lager output stack device: this can only be a third party product? I dont think the market will be big enough for Ricoh to develop this. 4. Connect print & copy: I dont think there is a demand 4 higher speed, not from normal endusers. Maybe copyshops? 5 Printer only: Yes, its faster than inkjet What about scan to tiff? I dont know if it is standard. And maybe IPP? On Kyocera/Mita you...
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Re: Ricoh MPC8002 - Color Swatches

Art Post ·
want to see the colors that the system can reproduce. Thus I downloaded a pdf color chart (pantone) from the web and then printed the chart for them. They are going to work backwards to develop colors for their logo. Thus with the chart they should be able to pick a color and then reproduce. Thoughts. btw ricky works with me in the office
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Re: Xerox & Fuji Film Coming down to the Wire

Kiwispike ·
Makes sense, although I’m not convinced a billion dollars would deter HP inc. With their recent turmoil from supplies disconnect who knows. To get to their goals they will need a better more mature hardware range that includes office light production and they need it fast. From what I have seen the page wide technology still has a way to go not to mention the integration of the Samsung’s engines the failure rates are substantial. next 1-2 years is going to be majorly transforming for our...
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Re: The End of The Day With Ray!With Leadership We Will get Through This

SalesServiceGuy ·
Ray makes a lot of great points here! I have to break this video down, write notes and make a plan with my team. Sales could be on the downward trend through to at least Sept so it will be a good time for sales training and analyzing/ optimizing internal processes. Ray says "What is the message you are sending to your internal and external customers about how to navigate through this Corona Virus" ... I am not sure myself what that message is or should be? What is an internal customer? For...
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Re: New sales hire goals

txeagle24 ·
I agree with Old Glory that a weekly target should be set instead of a daily target. I don't believe, however, that cold calling in the field should be the sole means of prospecting if you want to get the rep ramped up quickly. At a certain point, he will need to follow-up via phone and email based on the data that he captures in the field, so time and activity targets need to be setup for these as well. Something you could also do that would be huge for him is to sign up for a service that...
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Re: New "E" Size Wide Format Exit Tray for Ricoh Wide Format from Copier Solution Shop

Martin Hofman ·
Currently Copier Solution Shop doesn't have Solutions for Ricoh's Wide-format Color-range. Depending on requirements form the market, we develop whatever is needed, as long as there is a commercial bases for it. The example of this Output Tray, that was initiated by Art Post, shows that the US market is contributing in the development of new products! After developing this specific product for Art, Ricoh Europe also showed interest and they are considering to add it to their European...
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Re: Recognizing Disruption

Art Post ·
ebyers, ty for posting the reply. I've been out of sorts for the past few weeks with some much needed time off. Many dealers don't need to change because they are still making a great profit. Sorry, I meant GREAT profit! Thus change is not in order for them. Salespeople to make that change, it's possible, one great idea with a few bucks behind that idea could change everything. What Ray posted above could be the copier industry, or it could be IT services or maybe software. Print Audit has...
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Re: Sales Lists (D&B) and prospecting through e-mail and mailers.

Art Post ·
Sorry, I just saw this. Surprised no one else chimed in yet. I use constant contact for emails. This is my own personal account. I have 70 contacts (email addresses on that list). Most are existing, however 25% are clients that are not doing business with me. Once a month, I develop the "newsletter" for them. I put in four articles/blogs that I found interesting on the web, such as business tips , IT stuff, back up, etc. I also then put in a snippet about one of our services that I like to...
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This Week in the Copier Industry 5 Years Ago, The Third Week in January 2014

Art Post ·
Enjoy the threads from 5 years a go this week! Topic Five Vendors Earn Winter 2014 BLI “Picks” in the A3 Color Category Art Post · 1/23/145:35 PM buyers. Konica Minolta Business Solutions, U .S.A., Inc. Konica Minolta bizhub C 364e Outstanding 31- to 40-ppm A3 Color MFP Konica Minolta bizhub C 454e Outstanding 41- to 50-ppm A3 Color MFP KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc. KYOCERA TASKalfa 5551ci (Also sold under the Copystar brand) Outstanding 51- to 60-ppm A3 Color MFP Ricoh Americas...
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How Well Are You Creating Visibility? My Journey To Outbound 2019!

Larry Levine ·
Those close to me, who know the real me, know I have no problem asking for help. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It's an opportunity to expand your horizons. I'm simply amazed by the amount of people who simply fail to ask for help. I've made it my mission to educate, engage and excite all those inside the sales world. Sales leaders and their sales teams must stand up, unite and transform how they go to market in a world full of sales mediocrity (I'm being nice). I believe every...
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Konica Minolta Again Ranked #1 in Brand Loyalty in Brand Keys’ 2019 Customer Loyalty Engagement Index

Art Post ·
January 22, 2019 15:39 ET | Source: Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. Ramsey, NJ, Jan. 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc., (Konica Minolta), announced today that it has again received first place in Brand Loyalty in the 2019 Brand Keys Customer Loyalty Engagement Index. This marks the twelfth consecutive year that Konica Minolta has received this prestigious recognition. Brand Keys, a New York–based client loyalty and engagement...
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EFI Connect Highlights New Opportunities for Customers with Leading Production Workflow Offering

Art Post ·
LAS VEGAS -- January 23, 2019 -- At the 20th edition of Connect , the annual Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII) users conference, EFI™ is helping hundreds of print and packaging professionals from around the world achieve more with new technical and business management solutions that can give them a competitive edge in operations efficiency and help drive growth with new market opportunities. The extensive range of innovations featured at the Jan. 22-25 event include enhanced...
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New EFI Optitex eLearning Platform Offers an On-Demand, Unique Training Platform and Added Value Content

Art Post ·
NEWS -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New EFI Optitex eLearning Platform Offers an On-Demand, Unique Training Platform and Added Value Content FREMONT, California -- January 28, 2019 -- EFI™ Optitex ® continues its commitment to providing added value to its customers with the new EFI Optitex eLearning Platform , powered by Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq :EFII ). This unique, on-demand training platform features how-to guides, videos and podcasts, as well as full eLearning courses that can be...
 
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