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Print industry poised for change in 2024 as businesses embrace workplace transformation, AI, and sustainability
Quocirca’s latest Managed Print Services Market Landscape Study reveals that businesses are now embarking on a phase of re-evaluation, refreshment, and optimisation in order to ensure their workplace technology environment meets their requirements and supports employees.
Digitisation has been in progress for many years, but the pandemic acted as a catalyst and accelerator. Even the most paper-reliant organisations understood that digitisation was the key to greater efficiency and resilience in the face of disruption.
Quocirca’s Home Printing Trends 2023 report reveals that environmental concerns are increasingly influencing selection of both devices and consumables, and many are willing to pay more for products they believe to be more sustainable.
Canon Europe showcases its 2030 vision for growth
Quocirca’s Future of Work 2025 report reveals that although inkjet printing is gaining increased acceptance in the office, it remains a complementary rather than replacement technology for laser printing for many businesses.
Quocirca’s MPS Customer Loyalty Report reveals that 60% of organisations plan to change provider at the end of their contract.
How is sustainability is changing attitudes to workplace printing?
Data-driven strategies are key to building competitive advantage in the print industry. Quocirca’s Data Innovation Opportunity 2023 report discusses how print manufacturers and their channel partners can better harness data analytics to build new products and services and ultimately create longer term customer relationships.
Quocirca's MPS Buying Habits report reveals that managed print services (MPS) customers are turning to online ecommerce channels to purchase printers for their remote workforce. Are MPS providers missing out on opportunities created by the growing preference for...
Quocirca's Future of Work 2025 research reveals how cloud maturity is impacting printing and digitisation plans. The report discusses the extent of the cloud opportunity and how the objectives and strategy of Cloud Leaders differ from that of those companies that are...
In 2023, the print industry will remain vulnerable to the impact of economic uncertainty, the energy crisis and supply chain disruption. The Great Resignation is turning into the Great Layoff, creating a further shift in employer and employee dynamics. Although remote and hybrid working will not disappear, 2023 may see a wider return to the office, which could help improve print volume recovery.