This week, we saw two surprising new developments involving Clover and Xerox.
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A new U.S. 15-percent tariff went into effect earlier this month, with the new tariff imposed not just on Kyocera copier/MFPs and printers made in China, but on other vendors’ equipment made in China.
Canon U.S.A. today launched the next iteration of the Océ VarioPrint i-series technology—the Océ VarioPrint i-series+, which it says will...
“The net result of the actions …was to transfer control of a public corporation to Messrs. Deason and Icahn via a private agreement that offered no tangible benefits to the interests of the class.”
“The purchase of LMI’s business assets enhances our capabilities, customer reach, and demonstrates our confidence in the strength of the imaging supplies market.”
A recent Lexmark blog – As-a-Service Solutions Offer CIOs Financial Flexibility in Uncertain Times – discussed how enterprises can benefit...
“One of the common misperceptions that the only thing that matters about HP is Supplies. Supplies is important, yes, but there are other mechanisms for us to drive value.”
Canon currently has four plants in China, as well as plants in more than 20 other countries.
“At less than €10,000 ($11,068 U.S.), our system will cover a wide range of applications.”
Revenue for Ninestar’s consumables’ business unit grew 22 percent year-over-year.
The new Memjet print heads will come in both A4 and A3 plus formats and can be stitched up to 1.2 meters wide.
Lores decried the third-parties who continue to profit from HP’s installed printer base “without having to have a significant investment … necessary to create a hardware installed base.”
Since 2016, Ninestar and Konica Minolta have had a “close collaboration on A3 copiers, A4 printers, 3D printers, as well as integrated circuit products.”
HP aims to “build the right distribution and partners to penetrate the contractual office” and “evolve our business model into more services and solutions.”
In response to China’s retaliatory tariffs, President Trump threatened to declare a national emergency that would result in American businesses freezing their relationships with China.
Weisler brought several years of overall growth to HP Inc., which unexpectedly often outperformed Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. The company has had a succession of CEOs, often marked with turbulent tenures.