Whats in this issue:
Bulletin: What’s new in printers and printing
One-to-one One-to-one with Mark Ash
VOX POP: Is cloud technology firmly in the mainstream?
Interview: Neil MacDonald, HP Inc.
View from the Channel: Lucy Randall, Business Director, Jigsaw 24
60 seconds with… Martin Janus, CEO and Co-founder, MyQ
People: A round-up of new hires
I couldn’t do my job without… Gabriela Garner picks her favourite work tools
Research: Cloud print management set to dominate
PrintIT Awards The clock is ticking
Focus on: What’s New: A round-up of recent product launches
Partner Programme: Sharp to invest in education and training, Elevate 2022 Sharp’s first in-person partner conference for a few years
Don’t let the opportunity to enter the PrintIT Awards 2022 pass you by – the deadline to submit your entries is fast approaching – 5pm on July 22. The deadline is there for a reason so do make sure you get your entries in on time.
Entering is simple and straightforward, simply visit www.printitawards.co.uk and register your details. You can view all of the entry criteria for each category online. See page 22 for a summary of each award and what the judges will be looking for in a winning entry.
I was delighted to receive an invitation to Elevate 2022, Sharp’s first in-person partner conference for a few years. It was clear from the atmosphere in the room, interest in the products on show, and the constant flow of conversation, that the opportunity to meet face to face was welcomed by all attendees. You can find out more about what was announced including the launch of the new Future Workplace A3 MFP Series on page 33.
I also took the opportunity to catch up with Dealer Sales Director Paul Leach and Managing Director Stuart Sykes, who spoke to me about the rationale behind relaunching Sharp’s legacy partner programme in September last year, and the firm’s commitment to supporting its partners to deliver IT services through investment in education and training.
Gabriela Garner, Senior Director for Product Marketing at Kofax, picks the work tools she uses every day and couldn’t do her job without (page 18). This month’s Q&A is with Lucy Randall, Business Director, Jigsaw 24, and PITR spent 60 seconds with Martin Janus, CEO and Co-founder, MyQ.
If you’ve got any news about your business to share, would like to be included on our monthly VOX POP panel, have a compelling business success story or simply wish to comment on any industry issues, please get in touch with us at: email@example.com
Michelle Ryder, Editor
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