The Key Point Blog

11/17/2015

Kaitlin Shaw

Most Surveyed Am Law 200 Attorneys Believe So With the high volume of paperwork often involved in the legal process, it can be hard to imagine paperless law firms in just five years. But in a recent survey of attorneys conducted by Ari Kaplan Advisors and kCura, an e-discovery provider, the majority of participants believe paperless law firms will be the norm by 2020.

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11/17/2015

Keypoint Intelligence

Year of Investment Paying off Big in IT Security and Hardware Sales Growth When asked how his company’s business is doing this year, Kevin Kern had a lot of good news to report.

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11/13/2015

Rob Watts

Q&A with Sepialine CEO Jeremy Evans Sepialine has purchased Technesis to better compete with Nuance and offer customers more value. With every purchase comes both exciting opportunities and challenges. We reached out to Sepialine for some of their thoughts. Here’s what CEO Jeremy Evans had to say. 

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11/12/2015

Lee Davis

Company Announces AccuSender powered by Biscom and DocuWare Connector In a recent webinar for analysts, KYOCERA executives detailed the company’s newest offerings in the document imaging solutions arena. AccuSender powered by Biscom is an MFP-embedded application that allows users to capture and distribute files as large as 100GB, while the DocuWare Connector is an MFP-embedded connector bridging HyPAS-enabled or capable MFPs to DocuWare enterprise content management systems. The products further strengthen the company’s already-robust MFP-embedded app portfolio.

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11/11/2015

Lee Davis

A conversation with HMB Capture Division President John Paider and Sales and Marketing Director Alan Minton The longer I talked with the folks at HMB, the more convinced I became that vertical-based selling strategies don’t capture a client’s specific needs. After all, just because different organizations share a vertical market, doesn’t mean they share the same problems. In making this same realization, HMB forged a sales model that focuses on identifying and fixing specific business problems more so than on vertical markets.   

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11/11/2015

Joe Tischner

Looking to Expand Coverage, BLI Establishes New Wide Format Relationships Held annually, the SGIA (Specialty Graphic Imaging Association) Expo showcases the latest in wide format printers of all kinds, as well as the newest finishing options, color management solutions, ink vendors, RIP software manufacturers, media companies, and much more.

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11/05/2015

Marlene Orr

Document Imaging Manufacturers Tour BLI's New Facility Now fully settled in our new location, we’ve opened our doors in a series of Open House presentations designed to give the executive, engineering and marketing teams from the leading printer, scanner and MFP manufacturers a deeper look inside our operations.

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10/30/2015

Keypoint Intelligence

Showcases Every Part of Its Portfolio, from A/V to Document Imaging A key part of Sharp’s message, and a consistent talking point over the day, was the integration of the company’s A/V product lines (which include professional monitors and interactive BIG PAD whiteboards) into the portfolio of products being offered by its traditional document solutions/imaging channel.

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10/27/2015

Keypoint Intelligence

Tailored Technology Made to Order On the outskirts of Birmingham, Alabama, you’ll find a rarity in the document imaging industry: a document scanner/capture company developing, manufacturing and distributing its own products. BLI recently visited ibml’s world headquarters to present its BLI Summer 2015 Pick award.

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10/26/2015

Priya Gohil

UK’s First National Commercial Print Industry Event Staged Birmingham—once famed as the ‘City of a Thousand Trades’—staged the inaugural event of The Print Show in its hangar-sized National Exhibition Centre. With a focus squarely on the UK print industry, exhibitors rolled in from all sides, which made for a richly divergent event—we saw beautiful letterpress art, spellbinding book binding craft and bold futuristic 3D printed sculptures.

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