Visual Edge Technology of North Canton, Ohio, reported yesterday that it had acquired Technocom of North Carolina for an undisclosed...
Fujifilm is still appealing an injunction that was placed on the now-scrapped deal in April by a U.S. court.
“The whole concept of the Workplace of the Future is that customers will consume in a manner similar to music or games via paid-for services.”
HP says the acquisition is part of its strategy of increasing its presence in contractual business models in office printing where A3 copier/MFPs represent a large growth opportunity
“The terms we offered in January are the ceiling,” Komori said.
This is Marco’s fourth acquisition this year as the company continues its strategy to expand its geographic footprint and technology solutions in existing markets.
Marco has eight offices in Iowa and will be providing Rudzianski’s clients service and support from its office in Cedar Rapids.
This investment is said to mark another important milestone for Flex Technology Group, one which will “ignite a series of future acquisitions of superior office technology dealers across the country this year.”
DEX Imaging, an independent dealer of document-imaging and data-management solutions in the eastern United States, reported that it’s acquired Cavin’s...
Visual Edge Technology of North Canton, Ohio, is continuing its dealer-acquisition march, reporting last week that it’s acquired its 30th...
Since its first branch opening in Arizona in 2006, SIICA has established 16 local Sharp Business Systems branches in 51 locations through growth initiatives within the organization.
Loffler Companies is said to now be the largest privately owned company in the Upper Midwest providing business technology and services.
In March, Marco purchased Governor Business Solutions in Dearborn, Michigan. Marco has 1,180 employees and serves more than 32,000 customers from its 50 locations throughout the Midwest and nationally.
Toshiba Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, announced today that it is selling 80.1 percent of its shares in its PC business,...
Toshiba Memory Corporation is the world’s number-two producer of NAND memory chips. Toshiba put the business up for sale last year after incurring losses from its Westinghouse nuclear-power business.
Going forward, Canon says it will continue to strengthen its network video-solutions business, with the aim of becoming the global industry leader.