IDC announces Lexmark…

Lexmark has built on innovations in cloud services, the Internet of Things, and interactive analytics to meet the needs of hybrid jobs.

Lexmark, a global leader in imaging solutions, said IDC, which conducts global print research, has named it a leading provider of managed cloud print services.

IDC MarketScape: Global Cloud MPS Hardcopy 2022 Report Vendor Rating (US47337721) assesses the Cloud Print Management Services (MPS) market as well as other cloud print business models for companies of all sizes. Analysts took into account the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of service providers and their services, noting the growing demand for hybrid jobs, which increased the need for monitoring the use, security and remote access of printing and document services.

“IDC’s recognition as one of the leading providers of managed cloud print services demonstrates Lexmark’s continued commitment to delivering pioneering cloud and Internet of Things solutions to help customers adapt to rapidly growing jobs. With a comprehensive managed print services infrastructure and a broad portfolio of cloud solutions and services, we have created a global platform to provide Cloud printing services. Brooke SaladinLexmark, Vice President and Director of Sales.

In the IDC MarketScape report, analysts highlighted the following Lexmark winning cards:

  • Using innovative technologiesAccording to the report, Lexmark continues to drive innovation in its managed print services approach with a focus on simplifying all aspects of the print experience. When Lexmark introduced Cloud Print Infrastructure (CPI) as a Service in 2019, it laid the foundation for a streamlined print infrastructure, IT management, and customer support. By offering its own Cloud Bridge platform, Lexmark can now offer its full suite of managed print services for virtually any environment, providing Managed Print Services (MPS) to a wider range of customers from small and medium businesses to large businesses.
  • Cloud SolutionsAccording to the report, Lexmark is in a great position to deliver on the promise of cloud printing, as organizations want to leverage technology to improve print-related business outcomes and reduce on-premises print infrastructure. These elements, which make Lexmark a leader in Managed Print Services (MPS), such as investments in IoT printing devices, security expertise and a global service delivery platform, play an important role in the company’s ability to lead businesses’ transition to print as a service.
  • Vertically defined experienceAs noted in the report, Lexmark’s vertical approach to the market has helped turn the company into a strong candidate for any region where deep integration with existing business systems and applications is important.

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