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Visiting the Expo: What new experiences you can expect

Visting expo with new experiences! The best place to see all this in action is at RemaxWorld Expo this October. We are already looking at 2020. Some say we need to have 20-20 vision to see clearly in order to survive. An expo visiting with new experience will better equip you with a 20-20 vision.
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A New Start for Chinese Printing

2019 could become a memorial year because it marks a new start for China dominance in printing. Maybe it should be named the “First Year of the Chinese Printer.”

Hardware trends in key global markets

Each year, Keypoint Intelligence reviews the state of the office equipment market in key regions of the world, including North America and Western Europe. This includes an overview of trends impacting hardware sales as well as predictions for sales growth looking forward. This article is an extract from our latest analysis.
Printer paper jam, a negative perception towards printers.

Are printers easier to use in 2019?

Are printers easier to use now than in 1999?
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Getting OEM-Level Respect with Remanufactured Printers

Depot International produces 30,000 subassemblies per month and has 2,000 printers in stock at any time.
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Americans Reflect on Chinese Printer Security Issues

Clearly, there are no cut-and-dried answers for successfully or easily doing business with China.

Three Top Trends Impacting Supplies

New build compatible (NBC) toner and ink cartridges are expected to increase their market share around the world, to the detriment of OEM and remanufactured cartridges.

The Future of Office Print

Each year, Keypoint Intelligence surveys companies on different aspects of printing and document management, seeking insight into how document technology ties into their larger company and IT strategies.
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Time to Change? A Niche Market Solution May Be the Way

The Oxford Dictionary defines a niche as “a specialized but profitable corner of the market.”
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Adapting and Re-Inventing the Imaging Industry

The strong will adapt and re-invent to grow into untapped markets whereas the weak will slowly die out.