It may be daylight savings time, but it’s also time for Manic Monday, The Cannata Report’s weekly recap of imaging industry news highlights from the previous week condensed for quick and easy reading in two minutes or less. To dig deeper into each news item, just click on the link in the post.
Here’s the news highlights from November 1-5.
Rochester Software Associates announced the launch of the next generation ReadyPrint universal prepress suit.
Konica Minolta announced it has been named to the Forbes list of Best-In-State Employers 2021.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced the continued expansion of its cybersecurity portfolio to include Managed Detection and Response as a Service (MDRaaS).
Electronics For Imaging, Inc. announced it is hosting leaders and technology personnel for a VIP Corrugated Conference.
The Independent Suppliers Group and the Education Market Association have leveraged their existing technologies and industry knowledge to produce a solution for furniture dealers and suppliers in the education market.
Konica Minolta announced it has donated an AccurioPress C12000 digital color press including comprehensive finishing equipment to California Polytechnic State University.
Novatech announced that the firm will now sell and service an array of Canon printers, copiers and related equipment in its new Virginia Beach, Virginia location.
Ricoh USA, Inc. unveiled new activation plans for its 5th Color capabilities.
The Cannata Report, the leading publication covering the independent dealer channel in the office technology industry, announced the winners of the Frank Awards last night at its 36th Anniversary Awards and Charities Gala sponsored by Hytec Dealer Services and ConnectWise.
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