LEXMARK COMBINES INKJET & LASER DIVISIONS

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LEXMARK COMBINES INKJET & LASER DIVISIONS

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    LEXMARK COMBINES INKJET & LASER DIVISIONS
    Marty
    Canning will lead Imaging Solutions and Services, as company courts
    outside developers to broaden printer apps.Lexmark International
    announced Friday it is combining its two major printing operations —
    inkjet and laser — into a single organization to target additional
    sales to businesses.

    The combination of Lexmark’s Printing
    Solutions and Services Division and the Imaging Solutions Division will
    be named Imaging Solutions and Services (ISS).The new organization will
    be led by Marty Canning as Lexmark executive vice president and
    president of ISS. The announcement follows a management shakeup at
    Lexmark in which longtime chairman and CEO Paul Curlander will retire
    and Paul Rooke was named to lead Lexmark as president and chief
    executive.“Lexmark’s strategy of shifting our inkjet technology upstream
    to high-usage business customers now offers us the opportunity to
    simplify our processes across our R&D, marketing and sales teams
    into a single organization, Imaging Solutions and Services,” said Rooke
    in a statement. “The combination of the divisions will enable us to
    bring more value to customers (and) more consistency to our products.”

    The
    company, which reported sales of more than $4 billion in 2009, has been
    improving its all-in-one devices’ capabilities to print, scan, copy and
    fax. It has also fired up its printer apps effort by opening its
    Software Development Kit platform to outside software developers so they
    can create apps for Lexmark products. The app platform has more than 60
    apps developed by Lexmark and its partners, and the company believes a
    revenue-sharing plan will attract outside developers to create apps for
    the platform.Lexmark said Perceptive Software remains a standalone
    operation and will continue to be led by Scott Coons, a Lexmark vice
    president. The unit’s products operate easily with many ERP, CRM and
    line-of-business applications.

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