Tag: kyocera

SA Govt refreshes printer panel 
By Liz Tay | Jul 11, 2012 | Comment Now 
Replaces HP with Konica.
 
Microsoft and Kyocera ink patent deal 
By Robert Jaques | Nov 15, 2007 | Comment Now 
Microsoft and Kyocera Mita have signed a patent cross-licensing agreement to allow access to each company's respective patent portfolio..
 
Cellnet forecasts $1M loss 
By Lilia Guan | Aug 2, 2007 | Comment Now 
ASX-listed dsitrbutor, Cellnet makes a profit from the demerger of its mobile arm and warehouse sale. However forecasts $1 million in operations loss.
 
Kyocera cries foul over HP printer ad 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 5, 2007 | Comment Now 
Complaint sent to the ASA.
 
Brightstar expands Kyocera Wireless distribution 
Sep 27, 2005 | Comment Now 
Supply chain management provider and wireless products distributor Brightstar has expanded its Kyocera Wireless distribution to Australia.
 
Porsche incentive gives Kyocera an edge 
By Byron Connolly | Aug 16, 2005 | Comment Now 
Kyocera has signed 580 resellers for a program that offers a red Porsche Boxster 987 as a prize for partners that achieve the highest aggregate sales for the vendor over the ...
 
Resellers can win a Porsche 
By Fleur Doidge | Jun 10, 2005 | Comment Now 
Printer and copier vendor Kyocera has bought a red Porsche Boxster as a prize for resellers who achieve the highest aggregate sales for the vendor overall in a channel ...
 
Kyocera to launch channel credit card program 
By Byron Connolly | May 19, 2004 | Comment Now 
Printer vendor Kyocera is set to launch a Mastercard sales promotion which entitles reseller sales staff to earn credit on the card for each printer that they sell.
 
Kyocera signs Ingram 
By Byron Connolly | Nov 11, 2003 | Comment Now 
Number two laser printer vendor Kyocera Mita has signed Ingram Micro as its fourth laser printer distributor in order to fill a gap in the ‘mid-range’ and compete more strongly ...
 
Kyocera eyes Aussie PDA market 
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