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Quocirca is the print industry’s leading source of independent market insight and advisory services. We provide unparalleled insight into new and emerging technologies and new business models, focusing on how industry players must adapt to changing market conditions.
Quocirca’s mission is to drive industry change by equipping our print industry and technology clients with the critical insight needed to embrace new opportunities and strengthen their competitive position.
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2018 saw the print industry continue to face the stark realities of digital disruption. While HP continues to strengthen its lead in an increasingly commoditised market, the traditional copier companies such as Konica Minolta, Ricoh and Xerox continue are taking differing approaches to retain relevance.ubles). Whatever the outcome, the industry must continue to embrace the following trends that will define success or failure in 2019.
HP Inc (HP) held its Power of Print analyst event in Palo Alto on 1st and 2nd November 2018, marking its third anniversary as an independent company. HP has bold ambitions to reinforce its lead in the market, driven by an innovation-led strategy across all its business lines, which is already paying dividends. FY18 revenue was up by 12% on the previous year, boosted by key developments in operational excellence as well as an improved cost structure.
Xerox is banking on software innovation to revitalise its business, but success will also depend on its ability to shift the cultural mindset of both its employees and partners.