All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Lexmark’

Lexmark Ditches Inkjets, Lays Off 1,700 Worldwide To Cut Costs

I remember my family’s first Inkjet printer. It was a Lexmark and I was proud to own a piece of hardware designed in Kentucky. The era of inkjet printers from Lexmark ends today, however, as the company is selling off that part of the business. Lexmark announced today that they will no longer be involved with “the development and manufacturing” …

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Lexmark and Agricultural Department Strike a Deal

Lexmark International is a Lexington, Kentucky-based company who serves clients all over the globe. Servicing over 170 countries, they generated over $4 billion in revenue last year. Today they announce they have landed a deal worth over $50 million with the United States Agricultural Department (USDA). On top of professional printing services, Lexmark will also provide workflow solutions, process management, …

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Lexmark Acquires Brainware Parent BDGB Enterprise

Lexmark announced that it has acquired BDGB Enterprise, a software company based in Luxembourg, which includes Brainware, a U.S. subsidiary. The price tag: $148 million. Brainware, which provides data capture and enterprise search solutions, will become part of Lexmark’s Perceptive Software business unit. Brainware CEO Carl Mergele will stay with the company, and report to Scott Coons, Perceptive Software’s president …

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Lexmark Reveals New Line of Inkjet Printers

On Monday, January 31st, Lexmark International revealed its new inkjet printer designed for businesses. It originates from the company’s decision to target business customers with its line of printers. The OfficeEdge series of printers is targeted for small and medium sized companies and can range in price from 249 dollars to 499 dollars. The Pro5500 models are immediately available while …

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