It’s time again for The Cannata Report’s Manic Monday, our rapid recap of the previous week’s office technology industry news.
Following are the news highlights from the week of January 16-20.
Keypoint Intelligence announced they have entered into a strategic partnership with AgentDealer.
Color-Logic has certified Dantex label presses for use in producing labels using the Color-Logic Metallic Color System.
Toshiba America Business Solutions is helping the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings through a multi-year partnership.
Ricoh USA, Inc. unveiled a study that finds advanced applications, such as intelligent lockers and Augmented Reality (AR), present a largely untapped opportunity for retailers to enhance convenience and ultimately increase customer satisfaction.
Komori America has seen more than 50% of press installations during the last fiscal year.
Fiery is demonstrating advanced Fiery CADlink direct-to-film and wide-format DFE and workflow solutions.
ARCOA Group announced its partnership with All Copy Products with the help of Amplified Solutions.
Epson America, Inc. announced two additions to its collection of A4 business printers.
Electronics For Imaging, Inc. reported that Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based print provider Sharpe Co. has installed EFI VUTEk h3 and VUTEk 32h.
CompTIA announced the strategic acquisition of TestOut.
Distribution Management announced its partnership with TSC Printronix Auto ID.
Square 9 Softworks announced a new product offering that takes advantage of artificial intelligence.
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