Come Hear Us Speak!
Mandalay Bay Resort &
July 18-19, 2012
The two-day World
Expo, July 18-19, offers keynotes from leaders in the high-tech
field; the industry’s best peer-to-peer networking; a chance to see
cutting-edge products and services from exhibitors; a Managed Print
Pavilion with demos throughout the day; the popular Readers Choice
Awards; and the industry’s best education program, with classes
taught by leaders in hot topic areas such as business management,
cartridge technologies and managed print.
The office equipment
market has experienced strong headwinds of late, and dramatic
pressures to change since the beginning of the past decade. Today we
see managed print services as a way to gain new pages and revenues
to our individual businesses; however, MPS is only a short-term
solution to the long-term challenges we will continue to face in an
ever-shrinking paper-based output market. What does our future hold?
As an output industry we have to look to the horizon for new growth
opportunities and areas for sustainable business expansion. The
rapid ascendency of mobile devices, networks, software and services
is having a profound impact on business processes and IT operations.
Mobility is changing customer and employee expectations, creating
security issues, and dramatically affecting IT priorities and
resources. Further challenging IT executives is the growing array of
mobile devices, development tools, and services that must be
mastered and managed. Companies are likely to experience increasing
tension from a desire to transform quickly and realize the
tremendous benefits of a mobile-enabled organization while needing
to move cautiously to minimize security risks and the creation of
new legacy issues and overhead. We'll look at these changes, how we
need to look at MPS as a pathway to new solutions and services, the
mobility market, and how we need to think differently and embrace
these new technologies and opportunities that will become the new
future of our industry.
solutions are heavily dependent on numbers, so who better to examine
those numbers than analysts? In this panel made up of some of the
leading analysts in the industry, we’ll break down managed print and
see what each of these industry experts has to say.