Océ Extends Industry Leadership with Over 60 Percent of U.S. Continuous Feed Printer Market Share
TRUMBULL, CT—April 30, 2008—Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced today that Océ continues its leadership in the continuous feed market for the sixth year in a row, according to recently released InfoTrends data. Statistics in the new InfoTrends report, “U.S. Production Copying & Printing Placements: 2007,” place Océ in the dominant market position in the continuous feed category with over 60 percent of roll-fed printer placements in the United States. Océ has held the top spot in the continuous feed segment since 2003, the first year InfoTrends started tracking market share for this category. The InfoTrends report covers a range of production print equipment, including monochrome, spot color, and process color roll-fed printers. InfoTrends is a leading market research and consulting firm in the digital imaging and document solutions industry.
“Once again, Océ is the roll-fed market leader in the United States. In 2007 Océ grew its U.S. market share from 49 percent to over 60 percent,” noted Jim Hamilton, Group Director at InfoTrends, and an author of the InfoTrends report.
“We are extremely proud to have extended our market share in 2007. The latest InfoTrends report validates our leadership in providing the broadest product line in the industry, designed to meet customer needs for reliability, quality, performance and versatility. Continuous feed solutions are essential for the success of our customers in on demand, transaction and other production segments, and as this data shows, we are committed to helping our customers succeed,” said Mal Baboyian, President, Production Printing Systems, Océ North America. “Furthermore, Océ is well positioned to extend our leadership position with powerful, new continuous feed products like the Océ VarioStream 8000 line, the new Océ ColorStream and Océ JetStream systems and additions to the Océ VarioStream 9000 and Océ VarioStream 7000 families.”