Konica Minolta



Use Case

B2B Launch
Konica Minolta

Who They Are

Founded in 1873, Konica Minolta manufactures business and industrial imaging products, including copiers, laser printers, multi-functional peripherals (MFPs), and digital print systems for the production printing market.

Innovators in the space, this forward-thinking initiative was brought on by the need for a GDPR-compliant digital commerce ecosystem that can support Konica Minolta's customers now and into the future.

Konica Minolta will leverage Elastic Path to build a robust digital sales platform for their global business solutions division. In addition, they’ll leverage Elastic Path Payments, powered by Stripe, to reduce risk and lower their total cost of ownership.

Konica Minolta Partners with Elastic Path to Launch B2B Digital Commerce Platform


Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced it has partnered with Elastic Path to transform its B2B commerce experience. Elastic Path is the creator and leader of the Composable Commerce Movement, an approach that enables business and technology teams to bring their brands’ unique digital vision to life. 

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