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Printware First in World to Sell New HP Quick Page Contract

From the Printware Blog on 2nd November 2009 in News, Managed Print

Printware has pulled off a world first by being the first company to sign a customer to HP's new Quick Page service. HP recognised Printware's commitment to first class service by awarding it Gold Partner status earlier in 2009 and, since then, the partnership has gone from strength to strength. Customers can now benefit from even greater control of their print costs. Find out how...

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Fake Samsung Toners Nearly Make it to the UK

From the Printware Blog on 30th October 2009 in News

Manufacturing and selling counterfeit goods has always been big business and, with everyone looking for ways to manage spiralling costs and save money, the potential opportunites for the counterfeiters are huge. A quantity of counterfeit Samsung cartridges was recently found in the warehouse of a supplier in The Netherlands, highlighting the extent of the problem and the need to be vigilant. Read on to see why counterfeit goods are problem and what you can do about it...

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Printware Joins Forces With DASCOM to Supply Tally Products

From the Printware Blog on 6th August 2009 in News

Tallygenicom customers left in limbo since it went out of business have finally been given some reassurance as its European operations have now been acquired by DASCOM, a major supplier of matrix and thermal printers in the Far East. DASCOM is now able to supply and support the full range of Tally printers and Printware is working in partnership with DASCOM to ensure that Tally customers have access to hardware, supplies and accessories.

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Konica Minolta Reduces Consumable Prices

From the Printware Blog on 23rd July 2009 in News

No, it's not a typo - Konica Minolta have dropped the price of their entire range of printer consumables. After months of taking a hammering, the pound has rallied slightly against the euro and Konica Minolta is the first manufacturer to put its money where its mouth is and act accordingly. Prices have already been reduced by 8% across the board and Printware is passing the savings on to its customers in full.

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Printware Benefits from Danwood Deal with Xerox

From the Printware Blog on 8th July 2009 in News

Printware's parent company, Danwood, has signed a major new contract with Xerox which will enable it to sell and service Xerox's complete range of office and production products. Since Danwood's acquisition of Printware, both companies have benefited enormously from each other's strengths and unique position within the marketplace. Printware is the UK's largest independent supplier of office printing solutions and Xerox's largest independent European reseller, while Danwood is Europe's largest provider of document and imaging solutions. The new deal moves Printware's long standing and extremely productive relationship with Xerox to another level.

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Canon Announces Price Increases for July

From the Printware Blog on 15th June 2009 in News

We have learned that Canon will be increasing the cost of the hardware and consumables again, as of July 13th. This comes in the wake of several increases in recent months from Canon and other printer manufacturers, as discussed in our previous article, Toner Prices Continue to Rise. Fluctuations in the value of sterling against the yen and the euro are being blamed for increased costs, which are continuing to up drive prices for consumers.

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New Print Managed Service from Epson

From the Printware Blog on 15th May 2009 in News, New Products, Managed Print

Epson have launched their Managed Print Service, aimed at medium to large organisations who wish to improve the efficiency of their printer fleet and reduce printing costs. Managed Print Service is a bespoke solution with pricing tailored to match the business needs and includes a click charge service so that customers only pay for what they print. Unlike Ricoh Click, pricing is based, not just on the number of clicks, but also on the coverage of the printed documents. Although pricing is bespoke, this would seem to be of more benefit to organisations printing lower coverage documents.

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Ricoh Click Goes Live

From the Printware Blog on 11th May 2009 in News, New Products, Managed Print

Ricoh's new Click service has now gone live, giving consumers the opportunity to benefit from straightforward pricing, transparent billing and a true pay-per-click service. Ricoh Click was first announced by Printware in April, in our article, Ricoh Launch New Click Service. Click contracts can be set up on any new Ricoh printer in just a few minutes, there is no minimum charge and billing is in arrears. The pricing is based solely on the number of pages printed and includes the cost of the consumables, servicing and spare parts.

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Epson Increases Consumable Prices

From the Printware Blog on 1st May 2009 in News

Continuing the recent trend of price increases, Epson has just announced that it will be raising the cost of its inks as of June 1st. This follows similar announcements in recent weeks by Brother, Ricoh and Canon and continues the pattern of rises as predicted in our recent article, Toner Prices Continue to Rise.

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Ricoh and Canon Announce Price Increases

From the Printware Blog on 16th April 2009 in News

We have learned from one of our suppliers that Canon will be increasing the price of their consumables as of April 27th. This increase comes just two months after Canon’s most recent price rise and follows a spate of similar rises from other manufacturers over the last few months, including Ricoh which is set to announce an increase in hardware and consumable prices.

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Ricoh Launches New Click Service

From the Printware Blog on 3rd April 2009 in News, New Products, Managed Print

With print users increasingly looking to maintenance contracts as a way to manage their costs, Ricoh have entered the fray with their new "Click" service. Ricoh has created a scheme which aims to give customers the one thing they want from a service contract - simplicity.

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Toner Prices Continue to Rise

From the Printware Blog on 3rd April 2009 in News

"It was much cheaper than that last time I ordered." With many businesses and consumers struggling to make ends meet, it seems that the cost of printing is continuing to spiral. Consumable prices have risen steadily throughout 2008 and the first quarter of 2009, by an average of 15%, but as much as 30%, each time. Further rises are expected, with Brother and Oki already set to increase the cost of their consumables in April. There is every sign that this trend will continue for the foreseeable future and that other manufacturers will follow suit.

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As the Credit Crunch Continues to Bite, Printware and HP get Smart Together!

From the Printware Blog on 19th March 2009 in News, Managed Print

HP presented Printware with an award for its outstanding performance with HP's Smart Printing Services. Printware already sits with HP's most elite as an official HP Gold Partner and this award only goes to strengthen our partnership. HP Smart Printing Services means that for an all-inclusive price, Printware and HP will handle everything necessary to manage all your company's HP printers and multifunction devices.

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Unusual Installation

From the Printware Blog on 16th March 2009 in News, Fun Stuff

How do you get a Xerox DC250, high capacity feeder and professional finisher into a Grade 2 listed building? Through the first floor window of course! A "routine" installation took one of our engineers to a design agency based in Tavistock, Devon. After moving to new premises, they made the decision to invest in the Xerox Docucolor 250, professional finisher and high capacity feeder. It became apparent ...

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Printware outlines plans for prosperity in 2009

From the Printware Blog on 16th March 2009 in News

Cameron Mitchell, Printware's Managing Director, was approached by CRN Magazine for an update on Printware's position since the acquisition at the end of 2007.
One year after its acquisition by the Danwood Group, independent printer reseller Printware is embarking on various new initiatives to remain strong through the downturn and even grow its business.

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Printware gain HP 2009 Preferred Partner GOLD status

From the Printware Blog on 16th March 2009 in News

Printware has been awarded the highest possible accreditation by HP. HP Preferred Partners consistently deliver the very best in IT solutions and place a premium on high-quality customer care. Simply put, HP Preferred Partners are the best of the best. Printware is very proud to be part of this elite programme.

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