Xerox announced that its Managed Print Services (MPS) offering has been named an industry leader in Quocirca’s 2023 MPS Market Landscape Report and that Xerox as a company has captured #1 market share worldwide in IDC’s 2022 Worldwide and U.S. Managed Print and Document Services Market Shares report1.
As modern workplaces continue to evolve post-pandemic, print remains an important component to many business operations. Small businesses and enterprises alike must consider how print infrastructure can drive value by facilitating digital transformation efforts and increasing workplace productivity. Xerox® Managed Print Services goes beyond device and print management adding workflow automation, content management, and digitization services to deliver a seamless work experience across distributed workforces.
“Our company purpose and guiding mission is to empower clients and partners with the essential products and services needed to support today’s dynamic hybrid workplace,” said Elizabeth Fox, vice president of Managed Print Services, Xerox. “To help accomplish this, we became one of the first companies to integrate artificial intelligence and augmented reality technologies into our MPS platforms, and we will continue innovating to help our clients design and maintain a high-performing, secure, and sustainable hybrid work environment.”
Xerox was praised by Quocirca for its data-driven approach to MPS, backed by comprehensive analytics that helps clients modernize their print infrastructure. Additionally, the company’s security assessments are noted for their specific benefits to mobile and virtual workplaces.
Quocirca explained, “Quocirca expects Xerox to continue enhancing its service portfolio to address the diverse needs of organizations. It is a particularly good choice for organizations that need support in accelerating their digitization initiatives, as well as those that are moving to more cloud-centric print environments.”
The IDC market share report highlighted vendors who shaped the year including Xerox. The report noted, “Xerox relies on a full range of print services offerings designed to help meet business needs across a hybrid work model while facilitating migration to cloud solutions, automation of tasks and processes, and support for sustainability objectives and zero trust initiatives.”