Quocirca Cloud Print Services 2021

£4,000.00

This report highlights key market trends for cloud print services, covering offerings from both manufacturers and independent software vendors (ISVs). It draws on primary research conducted in January 2021 amongst 219 organisations using managed print services (MPS) across the US, the UK, France and Germany.

The report features those vendors that participated:

Print Vendors: Canon, HP, Konica Minolta, Lexmark, Ricoh, Xerox
ISVs: EveryonePrint, eZeep, MPS Monitor, MyQ, NT-ware, PaperCut, Printix, Process Fusion, Vasion, Y Soft

The price of £4,000 is for a single site licence.

 

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The ability of cloud-based services to deliver flexibility, on-demand scalability and reliability while controlling direct costs and administrative overheads has come into its own during the COVID-19 pandemic. IT teams have scrambled to support the shift to remote-working as businesses have battled to maintain employee productivity; cloud-based software and services have often played a central role in the tactical response to the crisis.

 

Now, as the long-term effects of the pandemic become evident, businesses are taking a more strategic view of the future workplace and the technology and services that will be required to support a hybrid workforce working across the office and from home. MPS providers must position themselves to support the accelerating digitisation journey and demonstrate how moving print infrastructure to the cloud delivers the visibility, security, functionality and cost control needed by highly distributed organisations.

 This report highlights key market trends for cloud print services, covering offerings from both manufacturers and independent software vendors (ISVs). It draws on primary research conducted in January 2021 amongst 219 organisations using managed print services (MPS) across the US, the UK, France and Germany.