Welcome to May and this month’s first 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 April 25-29.
Fujitsu is selling its scanner business to Ricoh.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. sponsored and participated in the 17th Annual Japan Center Essay Competition Awards Program.
Crawford Technologies announced it was awarded Best Case Study Presentation in the Transaction category at the Inkjet Summit.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. introduced six new printers designed for hybrid workers and small businesses.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced the upcoming release of the imagePRESS V1000 digital press.
Konica Minolta announced the kick-off of its 2022 dealer summit at its corporate headquarters in Ramsey, New Jersey.
Ricoh USA, Inc. announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, will feature Ricoh IT Services on its 2022 Tech Elite 250 list.
Kofax announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. with and TA Associates.
DocuWare celebrates 10 years of offering cloud-based services to over 6,000 cloud customers across the globe.
Konica Minolta announced the 1000th installation shipment of its AccurioLabel 230 toner digital printing press.
Copyright Licensing Agency announced an overhaul of the manual process used for logging details about copyright-protected material.
Konica Minolta together with its IT Services Division All Covered has been named the winner of the Best Cloud Consultancy or MSP in the International Cloud Computing Awards program.
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