June 13, 2013
The report, titled EMEA Managed Print Services 2012 Hardcopy Vendor Analysis, evaluates the “competitive fitness of companies offering managed print services” in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
The OEM stated that its naming as a “leading provider […] validates its regional strength” and is a repeat performance on last year, in which it was named the global leader by the IDC report for the global MPS market. The survey analyses the “current market capabilities and strategies” of the leading printer OEMs in terms of their future competitiveness and market reach expansion, as well as the gain in market share that they each experience.
Lexmark added that its MPS offerings “provide an end-to-end approach to improving the enterprise print infrastructure”, noting that MPs can help companies and organisations “become more efficient, effective, and differentiate themselves from the competition”. The OEM noted in turn that 70 percent of “top global retailers” and 60 percent of the top 10 global banks are Lexmark MPS customers, helping “grow their business and optimise the entire lifecycle of their documents”.
Danny Molhoek, Lexmark’s General Manager for the UK and Ireland, stated: “Our MPS offering is unique in that it focuses on our customer’s business and helping them to transform their business processes.
“We believe IDC’s recognition confirms Lexmark’s MPS leadership, global capabilities and proven track record of providing MPS to the largest companies in EMEA and all over the world. Our deep industry and business process expertise coupled with our innovative MPS services brings great value to our customer’s business.”
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