Scott Cullen, The Cannata Report for GreatAmerica – I enjoy writing about trends. Attending dozens of industry events and interviewing thought leaders from all segments of the industry, I hear Continue Reading6 Emerging Trends Office Technology Dealers Should Pay Attention To
Hamburg, NJ (Monday, May 8, 2017) — Scott Cullen has been named a partner of The Cannata Report, the leading intelligence resource for imaging reseller principals and senior executives within the business Continue ReadingScott Cullen Named Partner of The Cannata Report
February 1, 2016 (Hardyston, NJ) – The Cannata Report, the leading media resource for the business technology, imaging and workflow solutions industry, today announced Scott Cullen has been appointed to the newly Continue ReadingScott Cullen Appointed Managing Editor and Chief Correspondent
By Scott Cullen, Editorial Director, ENX/The Week in Imaging – Meet Alan Schwartz and Van Seretis, co-owners of Premium Digital in Pine Brook, NJ, an office technology dealership they founded in Continue ReadingTalking Shop and Entrepreneurship with the Owners of Premium Digital
The following is by my friend Scott Cullen and appears on ENXMag.com. Check it out. (Editor’s note: The September feature in ENX is “Diversification in the Supplies and Aftermarket Markets.” Continue ReadingDigitek’s Aaron Dyck Talks Partner Pro and Other New Initiatives
The following was written by Scott Cullen, firstname.lastname@example.org editor and publisher of The Week in Imaging It always amazes me how some dealers, industry consultants, and other industry types can rattle off Continue ReadingTools of the Trade: Industry Analysts’ Printer Benchmark Service
The following appears on theweekinimaging by Scott Cullen Terry Bogner of Austin Technology Group in Austin, Texas, had an epiphany a while back. He had one of those inexpensive inkjet Continue ReadingBetween the Lines: You Can’t Charge for Scanning…or Can You?
Post on theweekinimaging.com By Scott Cullen I saw this article online, “Do We Really Need Car Dealerships Anymore?” from Popular Mechanics and it got me wondering whether or not anyone could Continue ReadingBetween the Lines: Who Needs Copier Dealers?