The Imaging Channel


The Value of Print Revisited

Konica 150by Erik Holdo, Konica Minolta

Up until very recently, the opportunity for production printing devices has been relatively static.  The commercial print marketplace has consolidated, overall image quality has improved, turnaround times have lessened. At the same time, specialty substrates, spot colors (including metallics, white, etc.) and variable print have provided some market opportunity for those selling and using production devices. However, have we really added value to print? Or have we just been getting better and faster at producing the same old product?


Three Keys to Help Turn IT Into a Business Conversation
Eric Stavola

by Eric Stavola | 04-12-2017 At the very core of the digital transformation is that IT is now being looked at as a strategic asset and not a cost center. IT services are now being discussed as a critical component of business processes that build revenue and create competitive...

Samsung’s National Dealer Meeting Answers Some Questions and Raises Others About the Samsung/HP Transition
Patricia Ames

by Patricia Ames | 04-11-2017 In Arizona at the end of March, Samsung Printer Group held what may be their last national dealer meeting. Despite what could be described as a “fluid situation,” both Samsung and HP executives did a noteworthy job of outlining as much detail as...

Getting Personal With Print and Mail
Christine Erna

by Christine Erna | 04-04-2017 A focus on customer experience – the type of interactions that occur between an enterprise and their customers – has come to the forefront of business management best-practices in 2017. For good reason too, because customer satisfaction determines, to a...