Six o’clock already I was just in the middle of a dream, which means it’s just another 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 April 18-22.
ACT Group has merged with BDS.
Xeikon America Inc. has launched its “Do More with Less” program.
Solimar Systems, Inc. announced FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. as a new partner in the Asia Pacific region.
Konica Minolta announced the release of its AccurioPress 6272P press.
Toshiba America Business Solutions commemorates Earth Day 2022 through its year-round sustainability initiatives.
Konica Minolta announced its free Universal Print App is now available in the Konica Minolta MarketPlace.
Brother International Corporation announced the availability of a new series of desktop scanners.
directprint.io has expanded support for the Microsoft ecosystem with the release of Edge Print for Microsoft Azure.
ConnectWise announced a new service offering designed to help MSPs and their clients respond to attacks and recover from security incidents.
Milner announced it has achieved the Managed Print Certified accreditation from the Managed Print Services Association.
The Business Technology Associationwill hold its 2022 BTA National Conference, hosted by BTA Mid-America and BTA East, June 7-8 at the Fairmont Chicago.
Konica Minolta and Postal Center International announced two new AccurioJet KM-1e LED UV Inkjet Press installations.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. has received CIANJ/Commerce Magazine’s (CIANJ) Environmental Leadership Award, which celebrates New Jersey companies’ stewardship and leadership of the environment.
Lexmark has begun construction on a 2-megawatt solar array at its Lexington, Kentucky headquarters in support of its commitment to 2035 carbon-neutral goal.
Xerox Holdings Corporation announced its 2022 first-quarter results. “Revenue was in line with expectations this quarter despite an increasingly volatile operating environment,” said Xerox Vice Chairman and CEO John Visentin.
Xeikon has announced the introduction of gold and silver metallic toners for its Xeikon Cheetah 2.0 Series, reportedly the most advanced line of digital label presses on the market, in line with the company’s strategy to focus on the label industry and develop application-tuned solutions.
Kyocera is celebrating its green solutions with the release of a new eBook, Kyocera: A Greener Way of Printing.
Access Control Devices, Inc. (ACDI), a PaperCut Authorized Solutions Center, has announced that it has chosen Intuitive, a Business Intelligence software developer, as a Solution Partner to power StoryBoard for PaperCut.
Access Control Devices, Inc. (ACDI), a software and hardware solutions provider, is pleased to announce they have added Scanshare, a document scanning and capture software, to its portfolio.
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