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This month, OPI meets United Stationers’ boss Cody Phipps, finds out what all the fuss about serviced models is about and takes a look at the back to school and imaging supplies categories.

Service please

We said it before – the UK OP space is a very interesting place to be at the moment. And with everything around new wholesale entrant Gem having gone quiet for the moment, over...

Transform 2013: The long journey

One could be forgiven for thinking that after several years of hype, Managed Print Services (MPS) fatigue is beginning to set in. And it’s true, attendance levels at Photizo Group’s recent Transform 2013 event were...

Getting down to business

It’s purely coincidental that imaging supplies is one of OPI’s featured product categories in the month that HP has launched its new authorised partner programme in the US (see pages 28-31), a move that Monte...

Under Examination

The total back-to-school (BTS) and back-to-college market is worth $72.53 billion in the US alone. Of this, traditional school supplies, such as notebooks, folders and pens, account for $7.24 billion while electronics, including PCs...

Office to the ‘Max

Reports suggest that approval won’t require Depot or ’Max to dispose of any of their stores, which would be somewhat surprising, but not something that will make a great deal of difference in the long...

TriMega reinvigorates Point Nationwide

It cannot be denied that TriMega’s national accounts programme Point Nationwide (PN) has struggled in the three years since it was set up.While Independent Stationers (IS) and AOPD raced ahead with their own programmes,...

Big Read

Podcast: Generation change at COS

Since 1 September 2021, Australia’s number one independent workplace supplies reseller COS has had a new CEO. Or more precisely, two. On this date, Amie...