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More Big MPS Deals Reported Among Xerox Channel Partners
Two recent signings provide further evidence that channel partners are finding growth opportunities with Xerox's Managed Print Services (MPS). Multi-brand print dealer Alberta Printer Service won a four-year, $450,000 contract with an agriculture and construction equipment consolidator in (...)
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Nirvana XP Certifies Three Epson Printers For Its Tablet-Based Restaurant Mobile Application Platform
Epson America, Inc., a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, today announced that Nirvana XP, a truly integrated enterprise-level mobile application platform provider for the restaurant industry, has certified three Epson printers for use with its mobile application (...)
[WebWire Computer peripherals]

PrintekMobile Launches NEW 4” Mobile Thermal Printer
Printek Mobile, an industry leader for reliable, innovative, on-the-go rugged mobile printers, has announced the launch of its newest printer, the FieldPro541 mobile thermal printer series. The FP-541 printers will help to improve operations and productivity while on the road, out in the field, (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Xerox pulls out of Fujifilm deal and teams up with Carl Icahn
The US printer and copier company said it's killing an agreement to be taken over by Fujifilm. The Japanese company disputed the decision.
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