Digital Transformation

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Konica Minolta: On a path to reinvention

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe held its European Leadership Campus (ELC 2019), on the 18 October in Copenhagen, Denmark. This major summit brought together 800 channel partners to showcase the company’s newest products, solutions and services, from office...

Infographic: Smart MFP Connected Workplace

Quocirca’s Executive Briefing Report on Mastering IOT – the big data opportunity for print manufacturers examines how print manufacturers and their partners can build long-term customer relationships through harnessing the power of analytics.

How MPS providers can leverage an IoT maturity model

Multi-function printers (MFP) have evolved into smart, intelligent, interconnected IoT devices capable of interacting with multiple external systems.  Managed Print Service (MPS) providers should exploit the wealth of data generated by smart MFPs to create new opportunities for innovation.

Additive Action – 3D printing as an accelerator for digital manufacturing

The briefing looks at the potential to change the way in which products are made using 3D printing, from conception to implementation and delivery. These changes will have far-reaching impacts on business ecosystems, technological convergence, and sustainability and business leaders must, therefore, have a thorough understanding of the market trends and drivers to successfully tap into the cost savings, increased flexibility, and shorter time to market these new technologies.

Infographic: Global Print 2025 Study 2nd Edition

Quocirca’s Executive Briefing Report on Mastering IOT – the big data opportunity for print manufacturers examines how print manufacturers and their partners can build long-term customer relationships through harnessing the power of analytics.

7 trends that will redefine the print industry in 2019

2018 saw the print industry continue to face the stark realities of digital disruption. While HP continues to strengthen its lead in an increasingly commoditised market, the traditional copier companies such as Konica Minolta, Ricoh and Xerox continue are taking differing approaches to retain relevance. Whatever the outcome, the industry must continue to embrace the following trends that will define success or failure in 2019.

Can Xerox turn a corner?

Xerox is banking on software innovation to revitalise its business, but success will also depend on its ability to shift the cultural mindset of both its employees and partners.