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Japanese technology giant Seiko Epson Corporation has announced plans to expand its business operations worldwide. By 2025, Epson hopes to have increased its global revenue by more than 50 percent, and it is intending to whole range of new products and services to fulfil this aim. A new industrial 3D printer will be one of the main new product releases that can be expected in the next few years, as Epson hopes to capitalize on the continuing growth of the market.
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According to a 2017 Uniprint online article, the average organization spends between 1 and 3% of their annual operational budget on print. At my last organization, a decision had been made to consolidate the management of print services from three groups to one. The organization realized it needed help to understand its overall output and annual spend. As a subject matter expert on print, with a proven track record of saving money in print services, I was engaged to investigate the newly consolidated print service and suggest ways to save money and improve efficiencies. A senior manager said to me “It’s just print” but I knew that there was a huge opportunity!
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When we think about selling non-transactional print, we think about using it for lead generation and direct sales. But what about the aftermarket? Is this an overlooked opportunity that printers should be selling into?
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Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation has announced that it will be moving into 3D printing as part of its Vision 2025 Strategy to make sales revenue to grow by 50% from 2016. It was also announced that Epson’s robotics, AR, and AI businesses would be expanding.