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There are new opportunities for printing supplies after COVID-19.
Rarely does an event, occurrence or disease affect the global landscape. In our lifetime, we have witnessed regional conflicts, terrorist acts, natural disasters and trade wars that have some sort of effect on industries. The current pandemic crisis is global and is having an increasingly profound impact on our daily lives.
But what does this mean for companies that rely on printing supplies to generate revenue?
In the short term, it negatively affected the toner cartridge business; but change always brings opportunities and the promptness with which many in the industry have rethought their direction
helped them to cope and lessen the impact of the situation.
In the long term, this crisis will open up new horizons, for one thing, we have the change in the overall volume of printing, as some remote workers have used inkjet and smaller lasers; others have learned to reduce the number of their printouts, and all will bring their new habits back to the office.
We need to think of remanufacturing in a broader scope, and encompass both hardware and supplies. This is because OEMs will be under more pressure from companies to place new devices, as they will not want to make commitments to expensive leases due to economic uncertainty, as well as increasing environmental awareness.
After COVID-19, companies looking for a subscription model will be prepared for one based on remanufactured devices and supplies, with this, the market for refurbished MFPs will accelerate.
In this line, Nubeprint is the perfect tool to manage all your multi-brand devices in a subscription model independent of any hardware manufacturer and giving the option to the distributor to market the consumable they want, both original and remanufactured.