Printer specialist TallyGenicom has unveiled a new rent-free printer scheme which will allow businesses to benefit from a free colour laser for three years. The scheme requires that participating companies buy at least one of the toner packs per year at #299 as well as an initial start-up pack. The scheme will provide free on-site maintenance and allow customers to upgrade or return the printer when required.
Photocopier industry analysts Infosource recently released figures showing that Ricoh has am 855 recently released figures showing that Ricoh has a massive 85 per cent market share of the colour capable copier market. Ricoh said that is now shipping more than 500 colour devices every month in the UK market.
French equipment manufacturer Sagem reports that sales of its communications products are increasing by 20.6 per cent year on year. The company’s first quarter results for 2004 show sales of euro580.7 million compared with euro481.3 million for 2003.
Internet ranking specialists Top Position says it was able to save its new client Bedworld.net #15,000 on its Google AdWords advertising bill in one week whilst improving the number of click-throughs (responses) to the company’s ads from 4.1 per cent to 6.9 percent.
The OutsourceWorld event will be held this year at Earls Court between 15-16 June and will host an open industry debate titled “BPO: Friend or Foe?” to stimulate discussion on the implications of business process outsourcing for UK Industry. Speakers include IT directors of outsourcing users Lloyds TSB, Thomas Cook, BT and the Director General of NHS IT.