Tagged: Kyocera

This Week in Imaging: Mixed Financial Results; Ricoh Takes $200M Loss; HP-Samung Deal Done

The big news this week was of course HP Inc.’s completion of its acquisition of Samsung’s printer business. With the acquisition, HP promises that its new A3 portfolio will boast about 30-percent lower service costs and 40-percent lower cost for...

This Week in Imaging: Another Take on Industry Financial Woes

Along with Konica Minolta’s acquisition of Muratec America, the news this week was dominated by reports of poor industry financials, including lower copier/MFP sales, and dovetails into what we discussed last week – how to offset the decline in office...

Kyocera Acquires OnBase Reseller DataBank

KYOCERA Document Solutions America reports that it’s acquired DataBank IMX for an undisclosed sum. The firm says the  acquisition represents an extension of the successful alliance between KYOCERA and DataBank, formed in 2016. DataBank is the single largest North American...

This Week in Imaging: How Many Acquisitions this Year? Xerox, HP, Continue to Target on Copier Market

Acquisitions continue to be the name of the game. To date, we’re only in the fourth month of 2017, but already we’re seeing a  number of key acquisitions and consolidations in the industry: Static Control Acquires Ink Technologies Clover Acquires...

This Week in Imaging: Tariffs on Printer and Copiers? How Likely and What Would be Effects?

During his campaign last year, U.S. President Donald Trump stated several times that he would impose tariffs on products made in China and imported into the United States. Trump stated those tariffs could range from anywhere from 10 to 45...

This Week in Imaging: An “A4 Blitz” from Canon, Ricoh, Kyocera; Inkjet Production; More

It doesn’t appear groundbreaking at first glance, but our weekly “snapshot” of news this week was interesting in an important respect: three traditional copier vendors – Canon, Ricoh, and Kyocera – introduced or announced new hardware – about a dozen...