Let’s start December off right with the latest edition of The Cannata Report’s Manic Monday, our rapid recap of the previous week’s document imaging industry news. Here’s the news stories from the week of November 28-December 2.
Brother International Corporation announced eight new business laser printers. Built for the new demands of enterprise‐level document management – offering advanced security features and a range of functionality.
Business Forms Management Association announced registration is open for the 2023 BFMA annual conference.
The Digital Workspace Ecosystem Alliance has released the results of its 2023 ‘State of the Digital Workspace’ survey.
Konica Minolta announced it has received the gold award in the cybersecurity category of the 2022 Merit Awards.
Slate Group, based in Lubbock, Texas, plans to expand its impressive creative services offerings even further in 2023 with the installation of its third Komori press.
Gordon Flesch Company has been recognized as one of the top Ricoh authorized dealers.
Crawford Technologies announced the release of its Digital Transform Engine (DTE) version 5.3.
Ricoh Company, Ltd. announced more than 500,000 RICOH MH5420/5421 series printhead sales.
Lexmark announced that Melanie Hudson has been named senior vice president and chief commercial officer.
Usherwood Office Technology announced the acquisition of Reprographics.
Optimum Graphiques has invested in an EFI VUTEk h3 printer from Electronics For Imaging.
Pulse Technology has been presented the 2022 Torch Award for Ethics.
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