Apex Microelectronics sponsored and joined the Recycler Live 2019 held in Brussels from 27-28 June.
Apex is persistently sparing no effort to back up the cartridge remanufacturers as its strong responsibility in green printing. Ms. Olivia Ouyang, senior oversea sales manager of Apex for more than 11 years with a focus on growing the company’s products, channel and remanufactured client bases, presented Apex’s long-term strategic cooperation plan for achieving a thriving and sustainable future.
At the conference, Apex unveiled the Apex chip reset solution for HP CF217 series. “Challenge” should be the key word of the recycling in recent years as the harder technology, frosty patent litigation, endless and vicious price war and frequent firmware upgrade. The increasing firmware upgrade is threatening the remanufacturing business and discouraging end-user’s confidence. It’s time to stand together to get over the firmware problem.
“Great things in business are never done by oneself.” Apex is looking for partners in working for in-depth cooperation, such as wide-format and inkjet copier solution, MPS chips solution, firmware upgrades solutions and Unismart system popularization. At the conference, Apex announced its “openlab” plan for partners. It is planning to create the Innovative Solution Joint Development Center, Solution Verification Center and Global Marketing Platform. A strong ecosystem would be built through the cooperation with these three center and platforms, as well as the most competitive solutions delivered by the members from the “openlab”.
To learn more about the plan or cooperation opportunities, you’re warmly welcome to contact Apex via firstname.lastname@example.org.