Category: Document Scanning

This Week in Imaging: Xerox Gets Serious with a Dealer Channel and A4; More

Is Xerox seeing the A4 and dealer-channel light? It seems so. This week – via comments from its CEO and another dealer acquisition by Xerox’s Global Imaging Systems – Xerox is showing it’s certainly serious with moving from direct sales...

New Lexmark Supply-Chain Document Optimization Designed for Digitizing Inefficient Paper-Based Workflows

Lexmark International today introduced Supply Chain Document Optimization for Manufacturing, a solution that leverages the Lexmark “smart” copier/MFP to streamline manual business processes and helps manufacturers gain visibility into their supply-chain logistics. According to the firm, paper-based supply-chain workflows limit access...

This Week in Imaging: A Look at New China Restrictions on HP

The good news for HP Inc. was that, last week, the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Commerce approved HP’s pending acquisition of Samsung’s Printing Solutions business (now called S-Printing Solution Company). The bad news is that although China approved...

Canon Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Document Scanning with Commemorative-Edition imageFORMULA Scanners

Designed to mark the 20th anniversary of its first digital document scanner introduced in 1997, Canon U.S.A. continues to expand its document-scanner family, today introducing two limited-edition anniversary models: the imageFORMULA P-215II “Scan-tini” mobile document scanner ($299 MSRP) and imageFORMULA DR-C225...

Canon U.S.A. Launches Nuance eCopy Compatibility for its Latest imageRUNNER ADVANCE Copier/MFPs

Canon U.S.A. reports that it’s expanding its partnership with Nuance Communications, announcing that Nuance’s eCopy ShareScan is now compatible with Canon’s latest imageRUNNER ADVANCE copier/MFPs. Canon says it will provide enhanced support for the Nuance Document Imaging eCopy solution, including...

This Week in Imaging: Inkjet and Ink-Tanks Make Key Gains; More

As you may well know, we at Wirth Consulting “think ink” and have to make constant efforts to curb our enthusiasm about this ground-breaking technology. That said, several exciting (for us) inkjet-related news items passed across our desks this week:...