Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Daily Copier & MFP Industry Notes from around the World

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A workflow automation solution designed for small business operators that want business process without the IT headaches has been introduced by Fuji Xerox Australia. Known as Automate, the solution arrives as an appliance that uses network architecture and business rules to automatically route documents through defined more

Law360, New York (October 18, 2011, 5:47 PM ET) -- LLC on Monday settled its declaratory judgment suit against Xerox Corp. in New York, ending a dispute over whether the bookseller's website infringed four Xerox patents related to document storage and other communications more

Manufacturing workers at Xerox's Wilsonville campus have given their union the authority to call a strike after voting down the company's latest contract proposal last Thursday. The union says no work stoppage is imminent, however, and the two sides are meeting again tomorrow to try to hammer out a resolution to a sticking point over short-term disability more

ROCKVILLE, MD, Oct 19, 2011 - Notable Solutions, Inc. (NSi), a leading developer of distributed content capture and workflow solutions, today announced that through one of its partners it has been awarded a $3.5 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The DoD will utilize NSi's AutoStore(TM) to support enterprise capture capabilities for its Healthcare Artifact and Image Management Solution (HAIMS) more

Unisource Document Products, a 24-year-old Lenexa office equipment technology company, has sold to a similar St. Louis firm for an undisclosed amount. which does business as Datamax of Kansas City, closed Oct. 3, creating a roughly 110-employee Kansas City-area operation with $19 million in annual more
The deal between locally based UDP and Sumner Group,

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