Good morning and welcome to the latest edition of The Cannata Report’s Manic Monday, our rapid recap of the previous week’s office technology industry news.
Below are the news highlights from the week of December 5-9.
Color-Logic announced certification of three Ricoh flatbed printers.
Keypoint Intelligence acknowledges Toshiba America Business Solutions as a premier logistics solutions provider.
Prosource announced the addition of Jay Cartisano as president of Prosource’s imaging and managed print services business and the promotion of Jeff Loeb to president of Prosource Technologies.
Toshiba America Business Solutions presented $42,000 to Mitchell, S.D. nonprofit, the Sam Tronnes Memorial Foundation.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced two new inkjet printer models and two new laser printers.
Polysciences installed Epson ColorWorks on-demand color label printers.
Epson introduced its next generation of multifunction teller devices.
Toshiba America Business Solutions announced that the State University of New York (SUNY) selects the company as its Official Print Design and Hardware.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced the upcoming launch of the Canon FADGI Compliance Installation Package.
Konica Minolta announced it is the recipient of a Platinum 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award from American Security Today (AST) for its FORXAI Secure Access solution.
directprint.io has announced a new distribution agreement with ASG Africa.
ConnectWise announced a global strategic partnership with Evo Security.
Textile companies can take full advantage of expanded print opportunities with EFI Reggiani textile solutions presented at the 8-13 December India ITME Exhibition.
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