Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to participate in Dscoop9 in Orlando, FL. I got to see more than 2,000 print professionals and over 100 business partners focus on the conference directive of “breaking the mold.”
When Apollo Global Management acquired Pitney Bowes Management Services (PBMS) from Pitney Bowes for $400 million in late 2013, it was unclear what direction Apollo would take the company. Now we know.
Watching Antonio Perez sound the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange yesterday reminded me of something I wrote about a year ago as part of InfoTrends’ On Demand Road Map of predictions for 2013.
Freeing business users from restrictive and costly IT procedures when developing, updating or executing document processes is a major driver in enterprise Customer Communication Management (CCM) investments.
All leases may have to soon be disclosed on the balance sheet if an exposure draft on lease accounting is adopted. These lease accounting changes will affect the printing industry dramatically. The draft would eradicate the distinction between operating...
I don't mean we have to be optimists to flourish. I mean printers must be optimists because we don’t change, yet we expect things to get better. If you're doing this, it's time to adopt a realistic mindset to boost your profitability.
The recent NAPL News Talk Live program on Exit Strategy had an M&A-orientation because “sale of business” has overtaken “gifting to children” as the roadmap of choice in the print, mail and graphics communications industry.