Epson outperformed all other companies in the top-five in terms of shipment growth.
Depending on the severity of the Coronavirus, Japanese companies, as well as HP Inc., Xerox, and Lexmark – are all now vulnerable to disruptions in their supply chains and sales in China, a key market, because of the crisis.
Sharp Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, today reported results for its third quarter and the first nine months of its fiscal......
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (Sharp) announced today that it’s acquired the assets of ACE Office Solutions for an......
Here’s our list of the most important events, developments, and trends in the office-imaging industry in 2019.
The goal of Icahn and Deason isn’t to create the world’s largest copier/printer company, but instead appears to drive the Xerox share price to $40 and then sell.
On November 30th, Foxconn’s Sharp Corporation posted financial results for its second quarter and the first six months (“first half”)......
Last week, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America held its national dealer conference in Las Vegas (see here for......
This conference focused on adding new Sharp Smart Office technology to Sharp dealers’ arsenal in order to generate new revenue streams.
At its dealer conference, Sharp is demonstrating how the Synappx platform of collaboration and productivity applications positions Sharp as a smart workplace provider.
New models consist of 11 workgroup models that support 11″ x 17″ media and two desktop models that support letter-legal-size media.
This was a significant week in the office-imaging industry, with multiple vendors reporting lower sales and profits, and warning of a slowing economy.
In the first quarter, sales for Sharp’s 8K Ecosystem group (which includes copier/MFPs) were down 9.8 percent year-over-year to ¥262.5 billion
In 2016, giant electronics contractor Foxconn – also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry and headquarted in Taiwan – acquired......
Konica Minolta joins Ricoh Company of Japan, which also recently announced that it will shift some of its copier/MFP production out of China.
Sharp CEO and Chairman Tai Jeng-wu said trade frictions between the United States and China could provide an “opportunity” to expand its business with Chinese companies, in contrast to many other manufacturers who have voiced concerns over U.S. tariffs on imported Chinese goods.