The move follows Konica Minolta’s transfer of several direct branches in April.
Category: Konica Minolta
Company reports losses for fiscal year, but significant improvement in latter half of fiscal year, especially fourth quarter.
On April 16th, All Copy Products (ACP) announced a merger with Gobin’s Inc., a provider of office equipment, managed services,...
This week, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. announced new additions to its business process outsourcing (BPO) services. These services provide...
Last week, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. announced that it would be transferring some direct accounts to select dealers. This...
Konica Minolta’s Business Process Outsourcing enables organizations to accelerate their digital transformation by converting paper documents into digital information, ensuring information remains protected and accessible.
The firm stated that it recognizes that its growth is dependent on the success of its channel strategy and will continue to work to support a multi-channel approach.
The new cloud-based intranet interface is based on Microsoft 365, is said to fully integrate with Microsoft Teams and is based on the Microsoft SharePoint “Modern Experience.”
High on the list of what to expect are A4, cloud, and management – plus a silver lining for the print industry post-COVID-19.
The underlying goal of these initiatives appears to lay the foundation for future growth, compensating for slower growth in office printing.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. announced today that its IT-services division, All Covered, has been designated as an accredited registered...
Patrick Banno, currently head of the IoT Business Center in the United States, will lead the North American business as president and CEO.
In the past, touchless operation of copier/MFP touchscreens and control panels seemed more like a novelty – nice to have, but not really essential. Today, COVID-19 has changed all of that.
With offices shifting to a remote workforce, RJ Young says it’s been adapting to meet new business needs, and what was part of its five-year plan became its six-month plan.
As part of Konica Minolta’s i-Series, the new models feature smartphone-like touchscreen operation, mobile printing, optional voice guidance, and services that include print-fleet management; automatic consumables delivery; proactive maintenance, and remote setup.
In the office printer/copier industry, we’re seeing companies slowly digging out of several quarters of drastically reduced revenue and earnings.