Back in the day at any Xerox conference, you would hear a lot about office and production hardware, and related......
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HP says the new model provides the lowest cost per page among competitors, with the high-yield Toner Reload Kit yielding up to 5,000 pages.
Moodys noted that Xerox has gained market share in the past year, particularly for office-focused offerings, but its competition remains intense in this mature industry.
With virtually all document-imaging companies having reported their latest financial results, following is a summary of those results…
New models designed for small and mid-size businesses, support latest security standards, and optional scan and cloud workflow.
Toshiba now considers Toshiba Tec, which makes copier/MFPs and point-of-sale systems, a non-core business – but is a sale in the works?
Fujifilm of Tokyo, Japan, today reported results for its nine-month period and for its third quarter.
Sharp Corporation of Japan today reported results for its third quarter and nine-month period, with both ending on December 31, 2021.
Company sees gains in office print volumes and hardware sales despite hardware shortages and delayed return-to-offices.
On January 30th, Oki Electric Industry and Ricoh Company, both of Japan, announced that they’ve jointly developed a print engine......
Office unit reports lower sales of A3 MFPs, as well as order backlog, but improvement for Professional Print business.
Results said to reflect stronger sales, plus absence of prior period’s impairment loss.
Although sales were significantly affected by the unsettled situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic profit significantly exceeded pre-COVID 2019 profits.
Revenue declines are never good, but it is possible to see Xerox improving, with a lot resting on two things: Xerox clearing its order backlog with supply restrictions easing, and workers returning to the office this year, two things that are likely to occur.
Xerox today reported results for its fourth quarter, and complete fiscal year, with fourth-quarter revenue down, and full-year revenue flat.
Sharp Electronics reports that when it became clear there would be a global computer chip shortage, it started working on mitigation plans as soon as possible.