During the pandemic, organizations were forced to collectively operate remotely, mostly in home offices, while aiming to demonstrate no decline in productivity. This experience, over an extended period, has led to the notion that a remote workforce can function effectively. As a result, it is anticipated that work from home will be more normalized in the future, even with the passage of the pandemic and its substantive business impact.
IDC, a leader in IT market research and advisory, recently released a market share report for its “MarketScape: Worldwide Print for the Distributed Workforce 2022 Vendor Assessment.” Konica Minolta was sited at the top of the leader’s category for worldwide print for the distributed workforce.
Konica Minolta’s key success is its ability to help businesses succeed with digital transformation to meet the challenges of the pandemic and beyond. According to IDC, our foresight pre-empted the transformations in the world of work that have subsequently been accelerated by COVID-19, noting in its report:
“The company has been transforming its business for some time from a print/copy provider to a digital services supplier. Its vision of the Intelligent Connected Workplace (ICW) was in place long before the onset of the pandemic and provides an array of document-related services (workflow and automation, information management, managed application, infrastructure management, security, and cloud, with more to come) that naturally extend into supporting a more distributed workforce.”
The report highlights several contributing factors to our business success and the overall company vision as we empower the Intelligent Connected Workplace.
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