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10 Top Printer Industry Trends To Watch In 2020

While the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the industry, opportunities abound in areas such as work-from-home devices, managed print services and app-based workflows.

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Boom In Work-From-Home Printing?

The shift to work-from-home may be reducing office printing—but it's leading to an increase in work-related printing at home, according to the CEO of the largest printer maker. In a recent interview, HP CEO Enrique Lores told CRN that he sees the widespread work-from-home deployment as a "significant tailwind" for his business. Lores expects that the interest in work-from-home will not just be temporary, now that many businesses are finding they can still be effective with remote work. "This is going to be opening significant opportunities for us—both in the PC space and also in the print space, as customers will be producing and working from home," he said.

To that end, HP in March introduced a new printer series that is primed for work-from-home, the Neverstop Laser. The printer is targeted at easier managing of supplies with the inclusion of a new refillable cartridge. "As businesspeople shift to work from home, they need technology that is easy to use and printing with fewer interruptions," said Tuan Tran, president of HP's printing business, in a news release announcing the Neverstop Laser.

 
 
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