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Dec 2016 - Market Forecast - Doc # US40680416

U.S. Production Page Volume Forecast, 2016–2020: Billions and Billions of Pages

Author: Amy Machado
Research Manager, Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions

Abstract

This IDC study quantifies the U.S. production page volume market in detail, analyzing issues, trends, and changes in device usage. It contains IDC's review and forecast of the U.S. production page volume market for 2010–2020. Installed base of production devices, average monthly page volume (AMPV), average annual page volume, and total annual page volume are presented in this document. Data for 2010–2015 is actual, whereas data for 2016–2020 is projected.

"Digital page volume continues to grow at a healthy rate. Why does print thrive in a DX economy? Digital print works in an on-demand world. The increased use of big data and personalization requires digital, and marketers are finding a place for print in the omni-channel engagements. What is happening to monochrome as the demand for color grows? What is happening to toner and its installed based as inkjet gains maturity? Our latest IDC forecast provides answers and insight into these questions." — Amy Machado, research manager, Production and Large Format Print Markets

Coverage

Subscriptions Covered

Production and Large Format Print Markets

Regions Covered

United States

Topics Covered

Multifunction peripherals, Printers

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