IDC also reports that due to working from home, laser pages declined sharply, down 16 percent year-over-year in 2020.
Category: Market Reports & Forecasts
HP Inc. led the worldwide Chromebook market with 35 percent market share, and 115.7 percent year-over-year growth.
In June, sales of printers through European distributors were up by 17 percent year-over-year, and revenues were up 21.8 percent,...
Despite digitization accelerated by the pandemic, many SMBs still rely on paper.
On July 17th, the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) released its June 2021 Printing-Writing Monthly report. According to the...
“…after more than a year of remote working, and with light at the end of the long pandemic tunnel, employee motivation continues to decline because of technology and communication challenges.”
However, 85 percent say they’ve seen a decline in print volumes, while 53 percent have little confidence that print volumes will return to pre-COVID levels.
Printing-writing paper shipments showed their first increase since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the American Forest and...
Survey respondents said print still key for focusing better and for being productive – despite major distractions working at home or in the office.
“While shipments in some segments took a step backward after a very strong fourth quarter, the overall shipment numbers remained strong in Q1.”
So goes New Jersey, so goes the nation? Not necessarily of course. But today, Brother International U.S.A. and Focus NJ...
However, IDC expects shortages will begin to ease by the end of the third quarter.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, monthly market-research reports from the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) have been a rough indicator...
Similar to the previous quarter, the common theme for first-quarter 2021 was growth driven by increased demand for low-end devices.
However, vendors continued to be affected by issues such as limited production capacity, availability of shipping vessels, and increased freight charges.
Eight-two percent also say digitizing paperwork is important to their survival.