It’s time once again for The Cannata Report’s Manic Monday, our rapid recap of the previous week’s office technology news. See the latest from BTA, The Consortium, Epson, Gordon Flesch Company, GreatAmerica Financial Services, IDC, Konica Minolta, Square 9 Softworks, Xerox, and more.
Click on the links below for The Cannata Report’s Manic Monday office technology news highlights from the week of August 14-18.
Xerox announced it has sold Elem Additive Solutions to ADDiTEC. This follows Xerox’s donation of PARC to SRI International and the sale of the Xerox Research Center of Canada to Myant Capital Partners earlier this year.
Epson America introduced the DS-C330, DS-C480W, and DS-C490 compact desktop document scanners, featuring a vertical paper feed system, the small and lightweight scanners save up to 60 percent of desk space.
GreatAmerica Financial Services Corporation announced it will host the Patriots Pack, a group of office technology industry executives from across the nation, on Friday, August 25th at 3:30 p.m. as they conclude the ninth annual Pack Ride.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced its participation in the Alzheimer’s Association Ride to End ALZ Summer Classic, happening Saturday and Sunday, August 26 and 27, which raises funds for the fight to end Alzheimer’s disease.
Konica Minolta announced it has been selected to exhibit Connected Care, a system to streamline manual processes related to patient intake, care coordination and referral and order management at the Vizient Innovative Technology Exchange.
The Business Technology Association will hold its 2023 BTA National Conference, co-hosted by BTA East and BTA Mid-America, Aug. 30-31 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.