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.
These past two weeks were notable for a lot of things, but in the office printer/MFP industry, one thing stood......
New research from market-research firm Quocirca, Print 2025: The Journey to Digital Reinvention, indicates that the majority of enterprises -......
Xerox recently announced that XFS, which traditionally has financed only Xerox equipment and services, will now provide financing for other companies’ equipment and services.
Marketwatch reports that according to a filing last week, Xerox majority investor Carl Icahn has boosted his holdings of Xerox......
In the office printer/copier industry, we’re seeing companies slowly digging out of several quarters of drastically reduced revenue and earnings.
Xerox’s 3D-printing plan began back in 2019, when it acquired Vader Systems, a New York-based startup specializing in patented 3D liquid-metal printing technology.
“Our plan to stand up three separate businesses by 2022 will provide greater focus, flexibility, and visibility as we position Xerox for the future.”
Xerox, which earlier this week announced it was devoting some $250 million to acquiring promising startups, announced today that......
Xerox’s new plans also include a $250 million corporate venture capital fund to invest in startups and early and mid-stage growth companies.
Sequentially, however, Xerox fourth-quarter net revenue increased versus the third quarter, although net income and EPS declined.
Four printer companies have received recognition for their efforts in promoting sustainability with inclusion in the prestigious Global 100 list.......
Probably the biggest question is whether, like many office-imaging companies, Xerox will continue a revenue recovery that began in its third quarter – as well as reverse many quarters of declining revenue.
North America will account for the majority of global MPS growth, but Europe, Russia, Asia, and Southeast Asia are the fastest-growing markets.
But print security remains generally neglected, with 64 percent of organizations surveyed reporting they had experienced print-related data losses in 2020.
Print applications that require a high-volume A3 MFP continue to decline, but there may be opportunity for a new breed of lower-cost, more flexible A4 devices.