THE CHANGING ROLE OF COPIERS IN 2005

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THE CHANGING ROLE OF COPIERS IN 2005

 user 2005-09-06 at 11:52:00 am Views: 59
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    The (Slowly) Changing Role of Digital Copiers in the Office
    Revenue from sales of
    monochrome digital copiers is declining, but color copier revenue is
    increasing. As a result, copier vendors are concentrating their efforts
    on color copiers, releasing a flurry of new products. In 2004, the
    color copier market was in its initial high-growth phase with many
    early adopters purchasing these devices. The honeymoon is over in 2005,
    however, and vendor competition is intensifying as segmentation
    increases in terms of black-to-color output ratios, black-to-color
    speed ratios, color quality, and price.