The Key Point Blog


Christine Dunne

A more affordable alternative to hardcopy proofing

For Dan Caldwell, President of ICScolor, this year has been good for his business. This blog explores how remote working is helping ICScolor grow.



Kris Alvarez

Forecast of the impact of COVID-19 on print volume for small to large companies

March 11, 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of the WHO's official declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, which continues to leave its mark on a global scale. This blog explores the recent data and provides an update to our data.



Randy Dazo

An e-commerce platform built for the office equipment industry

We are seeing a transformation on how next-gen buyers want to purchase business products over the Internet. This blog explores Keypoint Intelligence's latest offering: UVERCE™, an e-commerce platform for the office equipment industry.



Christine Dunne

Ease of use, basic functionality can go a long way

Christine Dunne recently perused Amazon product reviews of SOHO printers. She has collected her findings in this blog post.



Mike Bertini

An update on the Custom Gateway acquisition

In August 2020, Kornit acquired Custom Gateway, a cloud-based software solutions provider of end-to-end workflow solutions for on-demand apparel and home décor production. This blog provides insight regarding this decision from Robert Nute, Global Commercial Director of Custom Gateway at Kornit.



Masato Atoda

Print service providers display the value of print at the show

Japan Marketing Week, an exhibition about products and services related to sales promotion, was held near Tokyo from January 27-29, 2021. This blog explores some of the key items exhibited at the show.



Christine Dunne

Online purchases, queries playing bigger role for higher-end machines

As businesses prepare for a post-pandemic future, many are expecting to make changes to their office print infrastructure. This blog explores some of the means companies may be making these changes.



Priya Gohil

Canon’s trailblazing Colorado 1650 printer thrives in rigorous wide format testing

Keypoint Intelligence recently published a test report on the Canon Colorado 1650 printer. This blog explores some of the key features of our findings.



Eve Padula & Marc Mascara

Print is becoming a communication enabler

Starting back in the early 1990s, the death of print has been prophesized repeatedly. This blog explores if print is really coming to an end.



Renée Clarke & Deborah Hawkins

Global computer chip shortage poses threat to print manufacturers

Since early 2020, computer chip manufacturers have not been able to meet customer demands. This blog explores the dangers and possible solutions of how to overcome this challenge.