*NEWS*CANON COPIERS MARKET LEADER IN USA

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*NEWS*CANON COPIERS MARKET LEADER IN USA

 user 2006-02-22 at 9:20:00 am Views: 117
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    Gartner names Canon copier market leader in the U.S.
    In its February 2006 “Printer Quarterly Statistics United States-Database” report by Camille Iorns, Gartner Dataquest (Stamford, CT) reports Canon U.S.A., Inc. (Lake Success, NY) is the number one overall brand leader in the color copier market and in every speed segment of the black-and-white copier market in the U.S.
    Canon held the No. 1 brand market share position in the color copier market for 2005, with a 21 percent share. This is the 19th consecutive year Canon has been the overall market brand leader in the U.S. color laser copier market.
    In addition, this is the fourth consecutive year Canon has captured the No. 1 position in every speed segment of the U.S. black-and-white copier market, and the 23nd time in the last 24 years that Canon has been the No. 1 overall brand leader in the black-and-white copier market, with a 27 percent share.
    “Our strong heritage in digital imaging and copier technology has allowed Canon to consistently be the U.S. market leader,” said Ryoichi Bamba, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Systems Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “With advanced document handling and management capabilities, coupled with unmatched system performance and innovation, Canon has proven to be the copier of choice for many U.S. companies year-after-year.”
    The Gartner Dataquest research studies focused on market share for color and black-and-white copiers of digital and analog technology, including PC copiers (1-10 ppm) and copiers in Segments 1-6, which range in speed from 11 to 91+ copies-per-minute (cpm).