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Australia’s second and third biggest printers IPMG and Bluie Star will merge by May 30 to form the country's largest print business, in the biggest shakeup of the industry since Geon’s collapse.(Read Full Article)
After four or five months of discussions, the two companies have entered into a heads of agreement to merge their printing operations, in a deal that will bring together senior management from both businesses.
Ricoh today announced that Lanier Australia will be integrating with Ricoh Australia to unite their managed services and product offerings under the Ricoh brand. Lanier was acquired by Ricoh Group in 2001 as part of a global acquisition and the announcement today is a key milestone in the Ricoh Group/Lanier global integration program.(Read Full Article)
Upstream Print Solutions is one of Australia's leading managed print solutions providers and industry pioneers in the print less revolution. It offers over 500 innovative print solutions and manages more than 3.6 billion pages and 30,000 output devices, ...(Read Full Article)
OKI Data Australia has appointed former Kyocera dealer manager David Varidel as new regional channel manger for Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.(Read Full Article)
Canon Australia has secured a Canon Managed Document Services (Canon MDS) deal with Australia’s leading telecommunications and information services company, Telstra Corporation Limited, representing Canon Business Services’ (CBS) largest contract to date.(Read Full Article)
Canon Australia has been selected on the WA Government’s whole-of-government Managed Print Services (MPS) panel – a state-government first.
Under the WA government’s Common Use Arrangement (CUA), estimated to be worth between $80 million to $100 million over its anticipated five year term, the MPS panel allows buyers to save up to 30% on print-related costs by engaging an MPS supplier to provide them with printing, copying, scanning, and faxing capabilities as part of a managed service.
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Canon has been selected on the Western Australian Government's first whole-of-government Managed Print Services (MPS) panel. Under the WA government's Common Use Arrangement (CUA), estimated to be worth between $80 million to $100 million ...(Read Full Article)
2003 was the year when the flagship pivoted into an MPS provider, and three years ago, by making another turn, it transformed itself into a document, print management, and business solutions provider. Acquiring 10 software companies in 2012, it intends ...(Read Full Article)
Brother International (NZ) is excited to announce a major brand partnership with business solution specialists Konica Minolta - a move set to embed Brother across the entire corporate market. This partnership brings together two print specialist leaders, marrying shared values of technological innovation, exceptional service and sustainability. Specifically, this will now see Brother NZ sell the ...(Read Full Article)
Fuji Xerox Printers is aiming to tap into the growing popularity of managed print services by introducing a program into Australia. The service, which is based on a program currently running in the US and Europe, is built using a Saas model. Xerox Partner Print ...(Read Full Article)
Fuji Xerox Printers has launched Xerox Partner Print Services (XPPS) for resellers across A/NZ.
Based on a Software-as-a-Service model, XPPS provides tools, processes and training required by partners to offer an end-to-end service-based print management solution.
The vendor’s current PagePack MPS offering will still be available to selected resellers, mainly targeted at businesses with less than five devices.(Read Full Article)
Hewlett-Packard (HP), has introduced its new Managed Print Specialist Resell Program in Australia, which falls under its existing PartnerOne Program.(Read Full Article)
Berwicks' Managed Print Services consider your office technology needs in the light of your unique operating environment, developing the smartest ways to achieve your objectives.(Read Full Article)
Intelledox Pty Ltd today announced that it has achieved Gold Partner status in Oracle Partner Network (OPN). By attaining Gold Level membership, Oracle has recognized Intelledox for its commitment to establishing Oracle related knowledge in providing Oracle WebCenter, Oracle BPM and Oracle SOA related offerings.
In particular, Gold level membership, will assist Intelledox to further develop its expertise with using these Oracle middleware programs in order to provide greater support for customers.(Read Full Article)
Australian software maker Intelledox is experiencing success in its Asian expansion having signed strategic customers and channel partners in Singapore in the last six months. The global growth of Intelledox continues as key government ministries and corporate organizations sign on to radically improve their legacy business systems and productivity through the implementation of its intelligent document automation software, Infiniti.(Read Full Article)
Mimaki Engineering Co. Ltd. (President: Hisayuki Kobayashi), a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and cutting plotters, established a new sales subsidiary in Sydney, Australia on April 1, 2013 which will begin operation starting August, 2013. With the establishment of a new subsidiary in Australia, it is Mimaki’s intention to expand upon its presence and strengthen its sales network to provide superior customer service.(Read Full Article)
Every 4 years, PacPrint – Australasia’s largest print show – is held in Melbourne.
The theme for PacPrint this year was “Think Print, Know Print” and the show organisers themselves sum up the show pretty well, stating that “[PacPrint is] Australasia’s most comprehensive showcase of the power of print! Digital, offset and wide format. Labels, packaging, and consumables. MIS, workflow, and finishing. Cross-media, 3D printing, e-commerce and much more. It's all covered at PacPrint!”(Read Full Article)
Sydney, Australia, 21 May, 2013 — Fuji Xerox Australia has today unveiled a range of graphic communications solutions on its ‘Freedomland’ stand at PacPrint13 , in Melbourne that will help businesses achieve sustainable growth . ‘Freedomland’ encompasses Fuji Xerox Australia’s core proposition of enabling its customers to work smarter by freeing up time with smarter and more agile innovation and technology.(Read Full Article)
Sydney, Australia, 21 May, 2013 — Fuji Xerox Supplies will be launching a new range of papers and products at this year’s PacPrint Exhibition in Melbourne, 21-25 May.(Read Full Article)
Friday night was the culmination of over a year for a select number of companies that had progressed through the state level Printing Industries Craftsmanship Awards (PICA) and now vied for honours at the 30th Annual National Print Awards held at the Palladium Ballroom at Melbourne’s Crown.
The evening commenced with pre-dinner drinks outside the ballroom which was a good chance for many to catch-up with people they had not had an opportunity to over the preceding 4 days of PacPrint, which was being held at Melbourne’s Exhibition Centre.(Read Full Article)
As expected, Day Four of PacPrint saw a similarly healthy flood of visitors throughout the day, with some of the industry’s ‘heaviest hitters’ among them. Drawn to the event not only by the diverse technology and solutions on show, they came also for the GAMAA President’s luncheon, to hear legendary coach Ric Charlesworth talk from experience about leadership and managing change, and to attend the National Print Awards later in the day.(Read Full Article)
Just prior to 10am, the concourse of the MCEC was teeming with people. Queues at the PacPrint registration desks were so long that MCEC staff had to move people out of the way to make room. As soon as the doors opened, visitors flooded in to the exhibition space and that flow continued all day.
Inside the exhibition, however, a strange thing was happening. Rather than great numbers of people moving through, the aisles were still easy to get around. So where did all those people go? A look at the stands provided the answer. On every stand, as far ...(Read Full Article)
Sydney, May 23rd 2013: Ricoh Australia has announced the Australian launch of TotalFlow – the global umbrella brand for Ricoh’s One-Stop Solution for production print operations.(Read Full Article)