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.
Tagged: Managed Print Services
HP acquired Apogee for £380 million (U.S. $538 million), stating the acquisition would grow its A3, A4, and MPS businesses.
MPS Monitor, which markets its MPS Monitor managed print services (MPS) for remote monitoring and management of printers and MFPs,...
Earlier this week, MPS Monitor, the developer and distributor of the MPS Monitor platform for remote printer and MFP monitoring...
Xerox has reported that market-research firm Quocirca has determined that Xerox remains the leader in the worldwide managed print services......
Organizations continue to see MPS as a key component of digitization efforts, with 37 percent of survey respondents saying MPS is very important to digital transformation in their organization.
increased adoption of MPS in the banking, financial services, and insurance sectors will present new opportunities in the coming years.
Supplies Network, a Missouri-based national imaging supplies and equipment distributor, announced on March 8th that it’s partnering with Oberon Americas,...
This feature allows HP devices running FutureSmart firmware to connect and interact with the cloud without the need for any on-premises connector or other local components.
North America will account for the majority of global MPS growth, but Europe, Russia, Asia, and Southeast Asia are the fastest-growing markets.
The offering is part of Lexmark’s program aimed at partners who have customers currently looking to move away from the traditional A3 cost-per-page model to a simplified flat-fee A4 solution.
The MPS channel is optimistic that 2021 will see revenues rebound and growth in opportunities for cloud services, contact-less printing, and support for home printing.
MPS Monitor, a provider of printer-fleet management and managed print services (MPS), today announced the general availability three new connectors......
Meanwhile, the drama continues at Kodak.
HP also published security recommendations for keeping home office devices such as laptops and printers secure.
“IT professionals no longer want to manage print servers, drivers, or queues.”