Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends, meaning it’s time for the latest installment of Manic Monday, The Cannata Report’s weekly recap of document imaging industry news from the previous week. If you prefer to read the full release of an individual news item, click on “Latest Headlines” on our home page.
Here are the condensed news highlights from May 9-13.
A new survey from Quest Diagnostics suggests employee health strategy may be a key ingredient to keeping employees well and at work.
Digitech Systems announced a free technology that automatically sweeps electronic files.
Konica Minolta announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named All Covered, its IT Services Division to its 2022 Managed Service Provider 500 list.
Komori America announced that Trade Litho has installed a fully-equipped, 40-inch, six-color Lithrone G40 advance.
Konica Minolta announced three new apps available as free downloads from the Konica Minolta MarketPlace.
Konica Minolta announced its inclusion in DPS Magazine’s 12th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards.
Sharp Electronics Corporation announced that NJBIZ has named Debbie Tyler, associate vice president and deputy general counsel, an NJBIZ Leader in Law in 2022.
Tigerpaw Software added several new features in its 22.1 release.
Electronics For Imaging, Inc. announced the availability of its EFI IQ suite of cloud and mobile applications.
Ricoh USA, Inc. announced it has won the 2022 MedTech Breakthrough Award for “Best New Technology Solution for Orthopedics”.
EDGE Business Systems announced the acquisition of North Georgia Business Machines and the opening of a new office in Dalton, Georgia.
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