In addition to its new SOHO-focused ZSB Series printer, being launched today, Zebra has strengthened its relations with its high-end strategic partners by adding an Alliance track to their partner program.
Partners — particularly smaller dealers — are “crushing” the transition from A3 to A4 as print becomes more distributed, a change Epson Americas executives suggest is going to live on long past the end of the COVID-19 crisis.
HP is touting the newly announced product, as well as new and enhanced services, as critical in a new normal workplace that wants devices that are a better fit with distributed work locations rather than central offices.
Epson product manager Kaila Murphy discusses how printing demand has changed in a work-from-home world and surfaces some new and unexpected print opportunities for partners in this edition of the podcast.
Carmine Cinerari, who has led Sharp Electronics Canada since 2008, talks with ChannelBuzz about the company’s re-emergence since its acquisition by Foxconn, and particularly how channel-focused changes in Canada have grown the business.
Now that WVD has launched, enterprise print management vendor ThinPrint expects to see gradual but inexorable demand for eZeep for WVD, backed by Microsoft’s support for WVD generally and ThinPrint specifically, as their printing launch partner.
The German print management service provider was named a launch partner around Windows Virtual Desktop, and has designed the new program to assist partners to integrate their ezeep solution into technology and business workflows.
HP Canada sustainability lead Frances Edmonds discusses why more businesses need to pay attention to the sustainability of their print environment, and what solution providers can do to help in this edition of the podcast.
HP office printing boss Tuan Tran discusses the vendor’s new printers and why solutions providers should pay attention to them, and how predictive analytics will eventually slash managed print service call costs by two thirds.
Konica Minolta’s Workplace Hub has been on the market for over a year, but the company thinks that what it sees as a ‘next-gen’ product is now ready for prime time with their dealer channel, and so they featured it heavily at their Dealer Conference.