Different researches showed a positive compound annual growth rate from 2017 to 2025
The global managed print services (MPS) should reach USD 49.7 billion by 2025, according to a report by Grand View Research. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is expected of 6.9% from 2017 to 2025 — in 2016, the market registered 26.72 billion in income. The growth dues especially to the North America market, which influenced the worldwide results.
As the investments are costly, the large enterprises emerge as the main ones responsible for a great part of this income: USD 34.4 billion – approximately 70% of the total expected in 2025. The reasons behind this are: big organizations are willing to develop resources to avoid threats as malware, spam, ransomware, and other security concerns.
Security will become a central point in MPS strategies since the modernization of the segment depends on the use of analytics and cloud computing solutions. “Cloud-based deployment mode is expected to hold the largest share of the managed print services market over the forecast period”, says the press release from Grand View Research.
The hybrid work systems and home office are changing the aspects of the IT model and the MPS solutions. The organizations rely on services that allow them to remotely access their documents and data, mainly after the digital transformation encouraged by pandemics.
Many companies pursue enhancing the capacity of monitoring the progress of the printing business and issuing reports. In general, cloud solutions provide more operational simplicity for the dealer’s customer and are aligned with the market and expectations.
It is not a coincidence that hybrid solutions appear with an emphasis on the research. The CAGR of 7.1% is greater than expected for the normal market.
The scenario for MPS looks promising according to also to other researches. Technavio expected a CAGR of almost 5% from 2021 to 2025. Even under the influence of pandemics, the forecast is positive for 2021, with a growth of 4.12%.
“The managed print services (MPS) market growth is attributed to the rising need for the reduction of hardware and consumables costs. However, the increasing use of digital media might hinder market growth. On the other hand, increased adoption of MPS in the Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) sector will present new opportunities in the coming years”, says the press release.
North America Power
Any news in the MPS market will probably happen in North America. Since 2016, the continent has held the largest share in the MPS market and count on growing startups, heavy demands, and favorable government regulations – which is favorable for innovation. Around 40% of the growth expected for 2025 will have North America Contribution in line with Technavio.