We are entering 2022 and with it positive expectations regarding the end of the pandemic caused by Covid19. However, the confinement is not only not over, but has been aggravated by the arrival of a new variant of the virus. Despite this, some business niches have adapted and even increased their sales. Such is the case of home printing equipment, which, with teleworking and distance learning, has consolidated a market that requires smaller devices, but just as efficient as those used in companies.
Over time, people have become more accustomed to new ways of doing business from home and this includes working with printing equipment that allows them to visualize their files in a wide and detailed way. This is how home printing has become established and adapted to the needs demanded by the market in terms of efficiency, utility and savings.
There are still some work sectors for which printing is essential, and that is why there is a need for home equipment that has the same fidelity as the devices in the office, and with similar services that avoid the distractions caused by their maintenance. Similarly, print cost control must be maintained in teleworking equipment. This is already being done with offers of automatic replenishment services in which printers are monitored at all times with the Nubeprint mobile app.