Let’s start the week off right with The Cannata Report’s Manic Monday, our rapid recap of the previous week’s office technology and services industry news highlights. See the latest from Alwan Color, Canon U.S.A., Color-Logic, EFI, Epson, Genetic, Komori, Konica Minolta, Stramaglio Consulting, and more.
Following are the news highlights for the week of February 27-March 3.
Color-Logic has announced certification of the Mimaki JFX600-2513 flatbed UV-LED printer.
Komori America announced that Dilley Printing has purchased a five-color, 40-inch, Lithrone G40 advance press.
Canon U.S.A. Inc. announced the ProStream 3000 series, the next generation of its high-speed, web-fed inkjet presses for commercial print.
An Electronics For Imaging, Inc. business case study examining data from a corrugated packaging plant demonstrates the overall productivity and opportunity advantages the EFI Nozomi.
Alwan Color Expertise will fulfill increasing demand from the continent’s packaging, label, and specialty print segments with new major distributor and color technology developer ColorConsulting USA.
Canon Inc. announced that the company has established the Canon PSIRT (Product Security Incident Response Team), and security website.
Konica Minolta announced that CRN a brand of The Channel Company, has named All Covered, its IT Services Division to its Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list.
Genetec Inc. announced a new collaboration with Axis Communications.
Epson announced plans to showcase hospitality technology solutions at MURTEC 2023.
Stramaglio Consulting announced that Parker PowerSales LLC has joined The Consortium.
ResumeBuilder.com has published a recent survey report that explores the usage of ChatGPT in the workplace.
PRINTING United Alliance announced its month-long celebration of Women’s History Month.
Epson announced its new m-Series OmniLink TM-m30III and TM-m30III-H thermal receipt printers are now available.
Epson America, Inc. announced the availability of three new A3 line head multifunction printers as part of its WorkForce Enterprise portfolio.