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IDC FutureScape:成像,列印,文檔解決方案和3D列印全球市場的未來預測(2021)

IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions and 3D Printing 2021 Predictions

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IDC FutureScape:成像,列印,文檔解決方案和3D列印全球市場的未來預測(2021) IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions and 3D Printing 2021 Predictions
出版日期: 2020年10月27日內容資訊: 英文 19 Pages
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隨著新型冠狀病毒感染(COVID-19)的傳播,許多公司正在審查其IT策略,其後果已擴展到成像和列印行業。儘管在 "新的日常生活" 中對成像和列印行業會有一定的需求,但其產品和服務的內容將大大偏離舊的標準。買方必須與提供方進行協調,設置採購標準,然後著手開發和改進適合公司需求的解決方案。

在本報告中,我們將考慮在全球成像(圖像處理),列印,文檔解決方案和3D列印領域可能發生的技術和操作更改(總共10項),並管理相關公司。我們將收集並提供信息,例如該人將來應採取的對策。

IDC FutureScape預測的市場趨勢(圖)

執行摘要

IDC FutureScape預測

  • 外部市場驅動因素:摘要
  • 未來預測:對技術購買者的影響
    • 預測1:到2021年,全球35%的大公司預計將通過COVID-19中建立的新操作程序將其印刷機減少一半以上。
    • 預測2:到2023年,將有45%的G2000公司實施零紙工作流,從而將基於紙的流程減少75%。
    • 預測3:到2023年,60%的公司將在整個組織中實施雲端列印管理,以謀求運營收益並應對虛擬勞動力的增長。
    • 預測4:到2022年,將有30%的公司以COVID-19為契機,簽訂包括家庭印刷在內的合同。
    • 預測5:到2024年,90%的供應商需要致力於可持續發展並在印刷和服務領域的原材料採購,生產和製造過程中促進DX。
    • 預測6:到2022年,在線零售商將利用電子商務的繁榮,將客戶數據應用於個性化包裝印刷,並將總銷售額增加至少20%。
    • 預測7:到2025年,全球超過50%的服裝和裝飾印刷將通過基於工業4.0的信息和生產系統來進行。
    • 預測8:到2022年,60%的高度管制的行業/公司將需要在國內採購印刷基礎設施,以滿足網絡安全法規的要求,並避免徵收進口稅/稅收。
    • 預測9:到2023年,將有40%的製造商利用 "即服務" 製造市場來組合增/減製造方法,以提高速度,靈活性,成本和彈性。追求進步
    • 預測10:到2025年,全球醫療保健提供商將通過實施和利用3D列印將運營成本降低5%(5,000億美元)。
      • 相關市場驅動力
      • 對IT市場的影響
      • 推薦

給技術購買者的建議

外在市場驅動因素:詳細信息

  • 加速破壞:危機,恢復力,機會
  • 戰略創新:現在塑造未來的公司
  • "新的日常生活" :彈性的業務模型和運營模型
  • "信息隨處可見" :數據驅動動作
  • 重新思考全球化:破壞力對彈性的限制
  • 數位平台:大型生態系統
  • "工作轉型" :重新定義團隊技能領導力

參考

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目錄
Product Code: US46910220

This IDC study discusses the top 10 predictions for worldwide imaging, printing, and document solutions and 3D printing for 2021."COVID-19 has interrupted the conventional flow for printing and imaging technologies," says Keith Kmetz, IDC's program vice president for Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions Research. "Buyers are faced with numerous challenges as their organizations consider their strategic IT plans in the aftermath of the pandemic. The printing and imaging industry is also going through its own set of changes in response. As a result, the buying community should be aware that this technology will remain relevant in the 'next normal,' but a departure from a long-established norm of printing and imaging products and services should be anticipated. Buyers should align their printing and imaging sourcing criteria with providers that can offer an evolved set of solutions specific to these needs."

IDC FutureScape Figure

Executive Summary

IDC FutureScape Predictions

  • Summary of External Drivers
  • Predictions: Impact on Technology Buyers
    • Prediction 1: By 2021, 35% of Large Global Enterprises Will Plan to Reduce Their Print Fleets by at Least Half Due to a New Style of Work Established Under COVID-19
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 2: By 2023, 45% of G2000 Companies Will Accelerate the Implementation of Zero-Paper Workflows, Resulting in a 75% Reduction of Paper-Based Processes
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 3: By 2023, 60% of Companies Will Adopt Cloud Print Management Across Their Organizations to Drive Operational Benefits and Accommodate the Growing Virtual Workforce
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 4: By 2022, 30% of Organizations Will Enter into Contractual Agreements That Span Home Printing Due to COVID-19
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 5: By 2024, 90% of Providers Must Have Sustainability Initiatives That Force Digital Transformation of Sourcing, Production, and Manufacturing of Printed Goods and Services
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 6: By 2022, Online Retailers Will Take Advantage of the eCommerce Boom and Use Customer Data for Personalized Packaging Print to Increase Total Sales Revenue by at Least 20%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 7: By 2025, Over 50% of Global Garment and Decor Printing Will Be Driven by Industry 4.0 Information and Production Systems
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 8: By 2022, 60% of Global Firms Operating in Highly Regulated Industries Will Need to Source Print Infrastructure Locally to Meet Cybersecurity Law Requirements and Avoid Import Tariffs/Levies
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 9: By 2023, 40% of Manufacturers Will Utilize Manufacturing-as-a-Service Marketplaces That Combine Additive and Subtractive Processes to Improve Speed, Flexibility, Costs, Innovation, and Resiliency
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 10: By 2025, Healthcare Providers Worldwide Will Realize Operational Cost Savings of 5%, or Over $500 Billion, Based on Adoption and Utilization of 3D Printing
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance

Advice for Technology Buyers

External Drivers: Detail

  • Accelerated Disruption - Crisis, Resilience, and Opportunity
  • Strategic Innovation - Shaping the Future Enterprise Today
  • The Next Normal - Resilient Business and Operating Models
  • Intelligence Everywhere - Data Drives Action
  • Rethinking Globalization - Disruptions Challenge Resilience
  • Digital Platform - Ecosystems at Scale
  • Work Transformation - Redefining Teams, Skills, and Leadership

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