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Here are the news highlights from November 14-18, 2022.
Konica Minolta announced it has partnered with Elastic Path to transform its B2B commerce experience.
UBEO Business Services announced that Seacoast Business Machines has joined the UBEO family of companies.
The Gordon Flesch Charitable Foundation announced that it has awarded over $155,000 to 38 Midwestern charities.
Xerox Holdings Corporation announced the appointment of John Bruno as president and chief operating officer.
Stargel Office Solutions announced it has achieved the Managed Print Certified accreditation from the Managed Print Services Association.
Atlantic Business Systems has begun its branding transition to Novatech.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced it is now entering the online video communications business with the official availability of the AMLOS (Activate My Line of Sight) solution.
Canon U.S.A. Inc., in collaboration with TEKLYNX International announced the development of new TEKLYNX native printer drivers.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced that Forbes has recognized Canon as one of America’s Best Employers for Veterans 2022.
Epson announced its reseller partner, Integrated Productivity Systems has created an automated print-and-apply labeling solution.
Konica Minolta together with its Intelligent Information Management Division, Quality Associates Inc., announced the expansion of the enterprise’s Fulton, Maryland location.
The Sailor Group, Inc. announced the availability of a custom integration with In Time Tec.
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