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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

2017 is today #4 | “Are Sales people correctly compensated when looking at the goals of the company? Usually no.”

One clear observation which comes often to our minds is that in the modern world, when getting the usual “age” question and often referred to associated cultural biases, you have 3 generations in the workplace […]

Feb, 09