This week, we saw two surprising new developments involving Clover and Xerox.
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The ITC announced that it had begun the investigation under section 337 of the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930 on behalf of Brother.
In FY2019, 42 percent of Global Fortune 500 enterprises used YSoft SafeQ compared to 34 percent in FY2018.
However, ink-tank inkjet printer/All-in-Ones enjoyed positive year-over-year growth of 3.4 percent in unit shipments.
This week in the office-imaging industry was noteworthy for another aftermarket cartridge remanufacturer, LMI Solutions, reporting financial difficulties, following on...
While we’re used to seeing Canon Inc. go after unauthorized, third-party toner-cartridges, this week, Brother Industries petitioned the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to ban various China-made toner cartridges imported into the United States for sale.
And what summer doldrums and “slow news”? This past two weeks has been full of drama in the printer/copier industry...
Brother cited a strengthening of the Japanese yen versus other currencies as a factor responsible for lower sales and revenues, but did not change its forecast.
For anyone who’s followed the printer/copier consumables’ market over the years like we have, one of the most incongruous news...
Brother says the new model includes in the box up to one year of ink, based on average monthly print volumes of approximately 150 pages.
The brightest spot for the quarter was the year-over-year expansion of color inkjet MFPs in the 11-20 ppm range, which grew 4.7 percent to more than 6.2 million units shipped.
Ricoh, for its part, announced this week that it will move some of its printer and MFP production out of China and into Thailand in order to evade U.S. tariffs.
Brother has been increasing its focus on the B2B segment and office/enterprise imaging with a number of partnerships and initiatives.
This week, we saw a host of office-imaging companies based in Japan report results for their fiscal years that ended...
Brother Industries of Nagoya, Aichi, Japan, today reported results for its fiscal year that ended on March 31, 2019. Revenue was ¥683 billion...
As it continues in its efforts targeting the B2B and office document-imaging market, on April 12th, Brother International U.S. announced new integration with the OnTask document-workflow solutions platform marketed by content-processing software company Accusoft.