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Print, Prinect and paranoia, the long roots of Zaikio’s open promises

In early August, Printweek.com ran a story on Zaikio, a new open print connectivity technology being launched by a German company that previously had the wonderful name Crispy Mountain. It led to that month’s longest chain of reader responses on the Disqus comments section below the story. It seems to have struck a particular nerve because last year Heidelberg bought Crispy Mountain (now Zaikio).

Print secures strong showing in Queen's Awards

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  • Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Several UK print businesses have been honoured in this year’s Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, which salute businesses that have excelled in innovation, international trade, promoting opportunity and sustainable development.

Contact Originators hit by fire

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  • Monday, January 20, 2020
Flexographic plate manufacturer Contact Originators suffered a serious fire at its Bredbury, Stockport facility over the weekend but has stressed it is "business as usual" following speedy action from staff.

More connectivity should usher in a smarter era

An estimated 26 billion devices will be connected to the internet by 2020, according to technology analyst Gartner. These include ‘smart’ fridges, and thermostats, as well as devices things like smartphones, tablets and TVs.

EFI sets sights on global MIS takeover

It’s probably safe to assume that $790m (£515m)-turnover US company EFI has been after another UK MIS scalp for some time. Since acquiring compatriot Printcafe in 2003, itself a keen consolidator in the market in prior years, California-headquartered EFI has bought a further 13 MIS companies, in the US, Australia, Brazil, Germany, France and the Netherlands. It acquire the UK’s Technique three years ago, and has now swooped for Shuttleworth.

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