June 30, 2022
In its latest report ‘The Cloud Print Services Market Landscape, 2022’ industry analyst Quocirca has classified Konica Minolta as a ‘Major Player’ in the field of Cloud Print Services, stating, “Konica Minolta is developing a strong service portfolio to support clients at various stages on their cloud print journey.
The company is aligning its print hardware, software and services offering to support the post-pandemic hybrid workforce.” The report also states, “Konica Minolta’s cloud computing technology underpins digital transformation, enabling businesses to move workloads to a secure cloud environment that complies with country regulations and can scale as they need.”
In its Cloud Print Services report, Quocirca highlights Konica Minolta’s ability to deliver cloud-based services based upon customer preference and elaborates on its broader support of customers during their cloud print journey, “This approach includes integrating and developing new technologies across cloud, predictive analytics, remote monitoring, and other intellectual property to drive development of platforms to support not only print, but digital document and workflow solutions. One example of recent R&D investment is direct hardware integration with applications such as true cloud-based secure print and device security management applications.”
The report states that overall, 43% of organisations have already implemented a cloud print management platform, with a further 37% reporting that they have plans to do so in the next two years. It goes on to examine Konica Minolta’s overall cloud print offering and how it underpins digital transformation, as well as a cloud-based fleet management tool for centralised fleet monitoring and management services, and its Worldwide Remote Service Platform (WWRSPF) for remote servicing of Konica Minolta multifunction printers.
Additionally, ‘The Cloud Print Services Market Landscape, 2022’ examines Konica Minolta’s Cloud Print Services: Workplace Pure, Dispatcher Paragon Cloud, and EveryonePrint Hybrid Cloud Platform , and states, “Konica Minolta’s cloud print services offer benefits such as: reduced maintenance requirements for server and software versions due to serverless operation and management of the software by the vendor, budget savings as no upfront investment is needed, simple and easy deployment that enables a quick start, flexible scalability that adapts to the customers’ changing needs, and the ability to print from anywhere at any time.”
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