New Printer Installed Base and Page Volume Report from gap intelligence
Market-research firm gap intelligence reports that it’s launched its Printer and Multifunction Printer (MFP) Installed Base and Page Volume Report to help clients uncover printing hardware and supplies growth opportunities.
The report combines gap intelligence’s industry-standard product pricing and specification information with an over 2.48 million-device installed base that generates more than 14.7 billion monthly pages.
“There are no two more important metrics in office and production printing than the size of the installed base and the volume of pages being printed across these devices,” said Jake Fishman, gap intelligence business director/office and production printing analyst. “Insight into product ownership and usage is vital because the sale of new equipment almost always requires the replacement of existing units, while profitability is overwhelmingly reliant on how many pages each of those devices produce once installed.”
The report represents installed base controlled by traditional U.S. dealers and direct-sales organizations, and includes:
- Demographics of installed devices – segment, age, specifications, pricing, usage.
- Monthly and lifetime page volume opportunities within segments.
- Installed base and page volume market share by brand and segment.
- Expected unit demand from older devices reaching end-of-life.
- Impact of non-OEM toner usage within their own installed base
Sourced from actual dealer and direct branch ERP software, the report features installed base and page volume data on over 3,800 unique printer and MFP models.
The installed base and page volume analysis expands gap intelligence’s Printing Industry Market Intelligence services beyond weekly product, price, positioning, and promotion data and industry analysis.
The company’s current suite of products impacting the printing industry include gap Total Cost of Ownership to articulate total cost savings of printer/copier devices, gapCompare for side-by-side product analysis, and its cloud-based Managed Print Services tool, “SalesDrive.”
For more information, visit gap intelligence here.