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What does Staples acquisition of Dex Imaging signify for the industry? Part 2

1st part available here. However, there is a difference this time. The pattern has always been for mega-dealers to be sold off when they reach a certain size, so that investors can cash out, but […]

Apr, 23

Will 2018 see the long-expected industry consolidation gather pace? Part 4

It’s time to accept that Europe + USA are not only mature, but small markets   One last comment I would like to add is more on geo politics that goes beyond our industry, though […]

Apr, 05

Will 2018 see the long-expected industry consolidation gather pace? Part 3

It’s time to take some time to analyse what is happening   There is practical business logic with the following elements: Faster time to market because of the merger of worldwide R&D, logistics, launch and […]

Mar, 27

Will 2018 see the long-expected industry consolidation gather pace? Part 2

It is a time of change: Xerox sold to Fuji in a complex transaction   Things are changing and the mergers are proof of that. Please watch the GFK CES keynote on the NEWGEN (new […]

Mar, 20

Will 2018 see the long-expected industry consolidation gather pace? Part 1

As we start in a new year, we usually publish either a review of the year past or some prognosis on the year ahead of us. This year will be all about finding new business […]

Mar, 15

New Year, New Challenges. Who will be the Winners in 2018?

As we start a new year, it is a good time to take stock and think what we might do differently, to strengthen our businesses and generate better results over the coming 12 months. There is […]

Feb, 06

Can HP really transform the A3 Print Market? 1/2

HP has made several failed attempts in the past to take market share from the A3 ‘Copier’ vendors, starting with the ill-fated ‘Mopier’, and more recently trying again with Edgeline – which although not successful […]

Apr, 27