The Key Point Blog

11/16/2021

Deborah Hawkins & Colin McMahon

And why that’s a great thing

This blog focuses on Toshiba's announcement to split into three companies, what it means for the future, and how it could help amend the past.

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08/18/2021

Randy Dazo

Keypoint Intelligence to educate on the office and dealers of the future

We may not be able to predict the entire future, but we can help with what we’ve learned from the past, our newest research findings, and involving industry leaders that can all help you see a clearer future for the office and dealers.

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03/31/2021

Christine Dunne

Approximately $7.2 billion transaction to close in second half of this year

IT distributors SYNNEX Corporation and Tech Data announced they are merging. This blog explores the effects of this joint venture for SYNNEX and Tech Data, as well as the IT distribution market as a whole.

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11/03/2020

Deborah Hawkins

The new joint venture helps Sharp continue to grow beyond the realm of print

Japan’s Sharp Corporation, under the guiding hand of its Taiwan-based parent company Foxconn Technology Group, just closed its previously announced deal to form a joint venture with display maker NEC Corporation. This blog explores the details.

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08/11/2020

Deborah Hawkins

The Company Sells its Remaining Shares of the PC Business to Sharp

On August 4, 2020, Toshiba announced that it has transferred the remaining 19.9% outstanding shares in Dynabook Inc. to Sharp Corporation. As a result, Dynabook has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sharp.

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11/06/2019

Jamie Bsales

Update: On March 31, 2020, Xerox officially dropped its tender offer for HP shares, citing the macroeconomic uncertainty and market turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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06/06/2019

Randy Dazo

Xerox to Source Certain A4 and Entry-Level A3 Devices from HP

The sourced printers will be based primarily on the laser printing technology HP acquired from Samsung in 2017.

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06/05/2019

Carl Schell

Taking Care of Customers and Employees Helps Business Take Care of Itself

The company began life in 2004 as DOCUmation of Austin, had revenue of $38 million just five years later, and, after establishing seven startup offices throughout Texas, emerged from the pack as the largest dealer in The Lone Star State.

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04/17/2019

Randy Dazo, Christine Dunne & Carl Schell

How Acquisitions and Organic Growth Are Bringing About the Latest Industry Transformation

The office equipment dealer channel has undergone tremendous transformation since its early days of selling typewriters, calculators, and office furniture. This transformation has not always been easy.

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04/10/2019

Randy Dazo, Christine Dunne & Carl Schell

How Acquisitions and Organic Growth Are Bringing About the Latest Industry Transformation

The office equipment dealer channel has undergone tremendous transformation since its early days of selling typewriters, calculators, and office furniture. This transformation has not always been easy.

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