Lyra Delivers Three Reports on Laser MFP Market

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Three new research reports from Lyra Research, take an indepth look at the worldwide monochrome laser MFP market.

The three reports: Worldwide Forecast for Low-End A3 Monochrome Laser MFPs, 2008-2015; Worldwide Forecast for Segment 104 A4 Monochrome Laser MFPs, 2008-2015; and Impact of the Recession on High-End Monochrome Laser MFPs: Worldwide Forecast 2008-2015, provide worldwide forecast data and analysis for these market segments.

Worldwide Forecast for Low-End A3 Monochrome Laser MFPs, 2008-2015 examines a market decline due to decreased employment at larger companies that created a surplus of MFPs that companies redeployed, in addition to shrinking budgets at smaller companies stalling new equipment acquisitions. This combined with the introduction by vendors of new faster speed machines (Segment 5 and 6 A3 devices), color MFPs, and A4 MFPs, and the move by large corporations to managed print services is also examined.

Worldwide Forecast for Segment 1-4 A4 Monochrome Laser MFPs, 2008-2015, examines the market rebound of these devices and expectant decline as users migrate to faster segments. The report also examines regional distribution of shipments and shifts in the worldwide marketplace.

The third report, Impact of the Recession on High-End monochrome Laser MFPs: Worldwide Forecast, 2008-2015, examines why the recession impacted the high-end segment of the monochrome market earlier than it affected other monochrome MFP segments. It also looks at how going forward this market will continue to move towards electronic delivery of statements, marketing collateral, and financial data, as well as the influence of managed print engagements.

This report covers Segment 5 (70-90 ppm) and Segment 6 (91ppm+) high-end monochrome laser MFPs and includes worldwide shipments and revenue figures and a breakdown by regions, worldwide.



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