DUE TO M.P.S. , COMSUMABLE SALES TO DROP WORLDWIDE

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DUE TO M.P.S. , COMSUMABLE SALES TO DROP WORLDWIDE

 user 2010-12-06 at 7:59:25 am Views: 52
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    DUE TO M.P.S. , COMSUMABLE SALES TO DROP WORLDWIDE
    According
    to a recently completed study by InfoTrends, Managed Print Services
    (MPS) in the office environment will reduce the consumption of marking
    and paper supplies in the United States by $2.6 billion in 2014. A
    companion study shows a similar drop in consumption of supplies for
    Western Europe with a reduction totaling €1.56 billion in 2014.

    “It
    is a well known fact that managed print services are gaining share of
    the US and Western European office environments,” commented John Shane,
    Project Manager and Director at InfoTrends. “Our most recent forecasts
    show MPS will control 28% of the US office environment print volume and
    22% of the Western European office environment by 2014. However, there
    wasn’t a clear understanding of how MPS would impact the market for
    supplies – until now.”

    InfoTrends study entitled Managed Print
    Services: Impact on the Supplies Market, takes an in-depth look at the
    impact of MPS on the supplies market. It addresses the following key
    objectives:

        * Measure the overall impact on print volume,
    paper use, and associated supplies consumption, including the increased
    duplex printing and the double impact on paper
        * Understand and forecast any shift to non-OEM consumables and that impact on overall aftermarket and OEM share
        * Identify the disruption of current distribution channel dynamics
        * Identify how and why supplies decisions are made under an MPS engagement
        * Understand the impact on toner, ink, cartridges and paper

    “When
    compared with a baseline forecast that postulates if MPS was never
    invented, we see that MPS will reduce the consumption of marking
    supplies by 10% (6% in Western Europe) and paper by 7% (5% in Western
    Europe) by 2014,” continued Shane. “It is imperative that those in the
    supplies industry educate themselves on how to deal with the effects of
    MPS to take advantage of new opportunities and mitigate risk.”

    In
    conducting this study, InfoTrends deployed Web-based questionnaires to
    300-user organization who have adopted MPS and 150 MPS providers. In
    addition, in-depth interviews were conducted with respondents from the
    user and provider surveys to color the answers and probe on more
    intricate issues. The regions covered were the United States and Western
    Europe. The reports can be purchased individually or as a package.

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