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Canon recognized as a leader in IDC MarketScape inkjet press vendor assessment

February 27, 2020  By PrintAction Staff

Canon Inc., the parent company of digital imaging solutions provider Canon U.S.A Inc., has been recognized as a leader in the latest IDC MarketScape: Worldwide High-Speed Inkjet Press 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment.

In the assessment, the IDC MarketScape recognizes Canon for its comprehensive range of high-speed inkjet production printers incorporating both continuous feed and sheetfed platforms, complete direct sales force to cover all global regions, and high levels of expertise in not only installations and support, but also services and business development.

“Being named as a leader in the IDC MarketScape for high-speed inkjet press reflects Canon Inc.’s commitment to delivering outstanding output quality, as well as its dedication to providing customers with high-quality solutions designed to meet their needs,” said Shinichi Yoshida, executive vice president and general manager, Canon U.S.A. Inc., vice chairman, Canon Solutions America. “As the shift to inkjet will be a vital focus in the industry, Canon plans to continue offering solutions designed to expand the versatility of applications, help optimize productivity, maximize print quality, and reduce total costs of ownership in order to continue evolving in 2020 and help lead our customers and channel partners into the office of the future.”


This IDC MarketScape assessment evaluated and compared the current capabilities of the key vendors and their future strategies to meet expected customer requirements for high-speed inkjet production presses. Aligning with Canon’s dedication to meeting market and customer needs, the IDC MarketScape report refers to the PRISMA workflow software as “excellent,” as well as recognizes the Canon portfolio of continuous feed and sheetfed presses and growing range of inks, stocks and media.

According to IDC’s recent review and forecast of the worldwide inkjet production market for 2019-2023, high-speed inkjet should continue to rise in the beginning of the new decade.

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