Overall, most companies reported lack of components, as well as rising costs for both components and shipping, and large backorders.
About $40 billion of cargo – including printers and MFPs – sitting in cargo ships off the U.S. East Coast waiting to be unloaded.
Overall, most company share prices are close to what they were pre-pandemic, but there are two important exceptions.
Recently, one frequently discussed topic has been ecommerce for document-imaging dealers.
Kyocera Document Solutions America reports that its in person dealer conference held last month…
There can be big hurdles for dealers getting into managed IT, but they may have natural advantages that competitors, including OEMs, lack.
We look at recent financial results for document-imaging companies’ production- and commercial-printer businesses.
Firm reports increases for revenue, operating profit, and net income, including for its Document Solutions business.
This week’s news was marked by the latest research from International Data Corporation that showed global office printer and MFP shipments declined 17.6 percent year-over-year…
This week’s most interesting news was Oki and Ricoh’s announcement that they’ve teamed up to develop an A3 printer engine...
Results said to reflect stronger sales, plus absence of prior period’s impairment loss.
Fastest growth to occur in Asia-Pacific region and in UV-curable ink segment.
Manufacturing constraints and logistical issues were the main causes for most brands to not have enough inventory to fulfill orders.
We look at who’s recovering and who’s not, how growth is slowing for some, but not others, and the several factors influencing these results.
Xerox and Konica Minolta report MFP order backlogs in the tens of millions, while HP struggles with PC backlog.
While most OEMs printer businesses are recovering (some more than others), one thing we noted while reporting on their latest...