The Key Point Blog


Colin McMahon

Examining Specific Scenarios for the Print Industry

In our final blog entry on gamification, we will take a closer look into exactly how adding game design elements to certain elements of the print industry can lead to results. We will outline a few strategies and provide some examples to help solidify ideas that we’ve been discussing in the first three blog posts.



Christine Dunne

Market Already in Decline Despite 2016–2018 Boost

While we can’t separate the global pandemic from the current state of affairs, we can remark on the sector’s trendline prior to the crisis. This blog explores the state of the office print market before COVID-19.



Colin McMahon

Why HP is Continuing to Invest in Virtual Reality

VR has excelled during the coronavirus outbreak, with many businesses looking to new, digital ways to communicate and collaborate.This blog explores HP's newest VR headset: the Reverb G2.



Christine Dunne

Will Firms Move to Personal Printers or Just Be More Careful?

As many employees begin returning to the office, a key question for our industry is: How will print behavior change? This blog explores CDC regulations and how they will affect print structures within US companies.



Carl Schell

Guidance from Norwegian Print Advisor

The contrast in the dealer landscape in Europe versus the United States is stark. Hardly a profound statement considering the difference in countries, languages, and currencies, but it bears repeating.



Anne Valaitis

Working through the Pandemic and Modeling for the Future

InfoComm, the AV industry’s preeminent tradeshow, went virtual this year. The Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association that produces InfoComm made the decision to organize a large-scale virtual experience.



Jamie Bsales

Threat Grows as Employees Work from Home for the Foreseeable Future

There is a newly uncovered security vulnerability possibly lurking in hundreds of millions of Internet-capable devices sold over the past 20-some-odd years that includes printers and other IoT devices home-based employees rely on.



German Sacristan & Eve Padula

AccurioJet KM-1e Accelerates Growth with the Industrial Print Market

On June 24, 2020, Konica Minolta Europe held an analyst press conference to announce its AccurioJet KM-1e digital inkjet press. This B2 + sheetfed UV color inkjet production press is designed to accelerate Konica Minolta’s growth within the industrial printing markets.



Eve Padula

Smart Selling in the Midst of a Pandemic

On a global scale, sales representatives are finding it impossible to sell the way they used to—face-to-face meetings are difficult, many prospects haven’t yet returned to their offices, and businesses and consumers remain on high alert about a likely resurgence in cases as the economy starts to reopen.



Lee Davis

Automation Saves the Day, Again

We are approaching the deadline to file for taxes in the US, and many don’t have the time to organize and enter information from their tax documents into their accounting system. We can look to Epson’s Workforce ES-500WR and 300WR scanners to help.