Charles Brewer takes an in-depth look at the new Officejet Pro X series, HP's recently announced business-class inkjet machines. Although Brewer sees many features that office users will appreciate, the jury is still out on whether or not the devices will succeed in the marketplace.
Robert Palmer takes a look at "The Business of Business Ink: Forging a New Market." There has been much discussion over the past few years about the potential for ink-based printers and MFPs to penetrate the office imaging market. Recent announcements make the landscape even more interesting — see how in this Recharger article.
Actionable Intelligence's Charles Brewer looks at Kodak's and Lexmark's failures in the inkjet marketplace, examining where each company went wrong. Such an exploration reveals what’s going on in today’s market, and it provides a cautionary tale of what happens to firms that dismiss the demands of the buying public. It seems that either the two companies were genuinely unaware of prevailing market conditions, or they chose to consciously ignore what was happening in the marketplace. In the end, however, whichever scenario is true doesn’t matter. The results are the same: Kodak and Lexmark are out of the desktop inkjet market.
Actionable Intelligence's Charles Brewer takes an in-depth look at Memjet, a company notorious for its slow start. However, the company has made up a lot of lost ground over the past couple of years. Read more for details on this company’s dynamic past, present and future.
Charles Brewer acknowledges that empties have been considered the lifeblood of the remanufacturing industry. No empty, no reman — it’s that simple. In the past, the demand for this most precious raw material was largely met. These days, however, it appears demand for empties is outpacing the supply. Find out more about this change and what is happening today.