Another week, another segment 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 otherwise take a minute to scan the headlines to see if you missed anything.
Here’s the news highlights from February 21-25.
Epson America introduced the DS-790WN wireless network color document scanner featuring connectivity.
On March 9-10, the Business Technology Association will host its ProFinance 3.0 workshop at BTA member Systel Business Equipment Co.
The Business Technology Association will hold its first event of 2022, Spring Break, hosted by BTA Southeast, April 1-2, at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort in Orlando, Florida.
Stramaglio Consulting announced Jenna Stramaglio, as member of the Advisory Board of Directors.
Ricoh USA, Inc. announced the appointment of Phil Casale, director, eDiscovery Sales.
Systel Business Equipment announceed that it has acquired the customer base for Office Copying Systems.
Zygoquest Group served as the advisor to Advanced Copier Technology, Inc. and its owner Dan Schmoll on the sale of assets to Smart Office Technology, LLC.
Toshiba America Business Solutions announced the new cloud-based Encompass Managed Print as a Service subscription program.
Konica Minolta announced Laura Blackmer has been promoted to president, Dealer Sales.
Stramaglio Consulting announced Advanced Office has joined The Consortium.
Konica Minolta announced it has been named a “Leader” in the IDC MarketScape.
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