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Posted on Jan 22 2016 - 8:11am by John Peters
Comments Off on What will be the major developments and trends in printing in 2016?

Print predictions 2016 What will be the major developments and trends in printing in 2016? PITR asks industry experts for their thoughts…   “The march by vendors to secure recurring revenues under contract continues with pace, and channel partners are recognising the importance of this in terms of protection of their own customers from competitor cannibalisation and large direct vendors moving...

Posted on Jan 20 2016 - 8:16am by John Peters
Comments Off on A landmark year for DSales (UK)

2016 is the tenth anniversary of DSales (UK), the UK distributor for the Develop range of multifunctional document imaging systems, making it a landmark year for the Ripponden-based firm. Prior to setting up DSales (UK), Managing Director Jonathan Whitworth had already racked up over 20 years’ experience in the office products sector, working for brands including Panasonic and Muratec. In his former...

Posted on Jan 19 2016 - 8:36am by John Peters
Comments Off on Ricoh to support partners with recruitment service

Ricoh has launched a dedicated channel recruitment service for its UK partners. The brand new service has been introduced in direct response to demand from the company’s resellers for help in recruiting highly skilled sales staff at all levels. Samantha Bradbury, Business Generation Manager within Ricoh UK’s Partner Channel, told PITR that the service, which Ricoh has been working on since last...

Posted on Jan 18 2016 - 12:06pm by John Peters
Comments Off on 60 seconds with… Mark Ash, General Manager Print, Samsung Electronics UK

What’s currently having the greatest impact on your business? Our people. We have the right people, processes and now the new technology to grow in a declining market. Where do you see the next big opportunity? With the Connected Workplace. Samsung leads the field here and digital convergence/IoT is enabling us to connect our devices and add real value. What would make your day job easier? Self-driving...

Posted on Sep 11 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on HP boosts print security

HP has introduced an expanded range of solutions and services to help end users improve the security of their print environment: HP Access Control now offers server-less secure pull printing, eliminating the need for servers in small branch offices, and also functions as a managed mobility solution, allowing users of mobile devices to email print jobs to the secure pull print queue, with the same...

Posted on Sep 10 2015 - 9:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on RISO launches compact A4 duplicator

RISO has expanded its range of digital duplicators with a compact A4 model offering print speeds of up to 130 pages per minute, plus high seed scanning via an ADF, Direct USB printing and an easy-to-use LCD panel. Like other digital duplicators, the CV3030 is an economical option for printing in medium to high volumes. Because ink-based prints are generated from a master, it is not suitable for printing...

Posted on Sep 9 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Xerox wins £40 million NHS print contract

Xerox has won a £40 million, three-year contract to manage the production and printing of millions of secure and nonsecure business forms for the NHS in England and Wales, including prescription pads, dental forms and operational forms. The contract was awarded by NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS). As part of the project, Xerox and partner Adare have...

Posted on Sep 9 2015 - 9:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Taking the guesswork out of colour

Kyocera Document Solutions has launched an ‘add in’ for Microsoft PowerPoint and Word that gives business professionals an easy way to utilise the full palette of Pantone colours when printing with Kyocera devices. Pantone Office for Kyocera enables users to select Pantone colours by name or number via an additional user interface for MS Word and PowerPoint. This removes the need for expensive...

Posted on Sep 8 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Samsung launches first printer diagnostics app

Samsung Electronics has launched a printer failure diagnostic tool for its MultiXpress range of printers. The Smart Printer Diagnostic System (SPDS) is the industry’s fist mobile app to offer video and image-based guides for troubleshooting printers. When a mobile device with the SPDS app receives an error message from a failed MultiXpress printer, the app automatically identifies the issue and...

Posted on Sep 2 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Made for archiving

Brother is entering the departmental scanner market with the launch of the PDS-5000 and PDS-6000. Designed for organisations scanning up to 6,000 pages a day, both models are Kofax VRS compatible, making them suitable for archiving applications in the healthcare, government and financial services sectors. www.brother.co.uk ...