Pitney Bowes has sold its mailroom and document management services businesses in the UK and Ireland to Swiss Post for an undisclosed sum.
Konica Minolta showed samples of the latest output from its KM-1 B2 inkjet press at this week's North Print & Pack, and has confirmed the press will be on show at Ipex 2014.
EFI has acquired US-based print MIS software developer PrintLeader for an undisclosed sum.
Adobe has split the industry with its decision to launch a monthly subscription fee for some of its biggest-name programmes including Photoshop.
SA International (SAi) has launched a special edition of its production software PixelBlaster for use with Israeli manufacturer Dip-Tech's in-glass printers.
Canadian firm North Plains has launched Xinet 17.5, Telescope 9.1 and On Brand 2.6, updating core elements of its software product portfolio.
1995 changed the world of commercial print forever. Frank Romano explains.
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