The Key Point Blog


Andrew Unsworth

The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) Forum 2015 was a one-day event held in London to help information managers adapt to the changing face of electronic content management (ECM). It’s often said that the widespread adoption of personal tech devices, such as smartphones and tablets, heralds the end of the ECM era but, as AIIM President John Mancini observed in his keynote speech, a disrupted market results in new and innovative products and practices. The AIIM Forum, through a series of seminars and many opportunities for networking, allows the transmission of ideas and best practises between information practitioners so that they’re better able to deal with changing business landscapes and customer and colleague expectations.



Keypoint Intelligence

Buyers Laboratory LLC (BLI) today unveiled its latest innovation, a new lab report for copier MFPs. For the 30,000+ subscribers of bliQ, BLI’s web-based document imaging resource, this implementation opens the door to unlocking more useable and relevant data, as well as keeping the report fresh and up-to-date with industry trends.



Marlene Orr

With Picks fast approaching, BLI’s Lab is abuzz with document imaging devices from the top OEMs. To keep you abreast of the latest news, we chose two product categories to highlight. So, here’s a roundup of the latest group of printers and scanners submitted for BLI lab testing.



Rob Watts

West McDonald, VP of Business Development at Print Audit, sees a change coming in the MPS (Managed Print Services) market and warns that dealers had better be ready for it. “There is an all-out war for pages,” he wrote in this recent blog post. “Margins on cost-per-page contracts are under pressure. What is a Managed Print provider to do? Change the game by billing by seat instead of by page.”