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Leaders in Print

For nearly 30 years HP has held the number one position for office print worldwide, with over 40% market share. Having held the status of unprecedented Global market leader of Hardcopy Printing Devices since 1984 (when they introduced the first desktop laser printing device – the Laserjet), in August 2013 International Data Corporation cited that HP held 40.5% global market share of shipments in the second quarter of 2013.

LEFT: Worldwide Hardcopy Peripherals Market Share and Year-Over-Year Growth, Second Quarter 2013 Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker, August 2013

Chart showing HP's market leading position, comparing 2012 and 2013 shipments with main competitors

Award Winning Quality and Reliability

Every leading model in HP’s Printer and MFP range was rated as the “Best of the Best” in Independent Buyer Lab’s “Pick of the Year Awards” in the last two years, with HP’s entire Colour and MFP series also being awarded “Colour Line of the Year 2014″.

“Reliability is a benchmark category of evaluation for (Buyers Laboratory Inc.), and year after year, HP devices have shown that they’re up to the task, regardless of volume. As a group, the 17 devices listed above recorded an amazing 642,000 impressions without a single jam, while the MFPs added a cumulative 85,200 scans, also with no misfeeds. More importantly, none of the devices malfunctioned or required service.”

Buyers Laboratory Inc.

 

Logo - BLI Buyers Lab 2014 line of the year Logo - BLI Buyers Lab 2014 Pick of the year

Only Pay for What You Need
Every HP MFP Has a Printer-only Version

HP’s extensive and carefully designed portfolio caters for every requirement. By providing the option of either a printer or MFP variant of the same print engine, HP allows customers to choose an appropriate size for their output fleet without having to compromise. Furthermore, with printer versions costing up to a quarter of the price of their MFP equivalents, a customer can have the best of print, without paying for features they don’t need.

HP LaserJet printer and MFP

Shared Technology

By using shared engines, customers benefit in the following ways:

Shared cross-compatible consumables

Reducing the number of consumable items required to run the fleet, HP’s cross compatible consumables lower logistic running costs, with less items to stock and ship. In turn, this allows consolidation for the customer as the shared stock lowers the risk of toner-out situations.

Common drivers &
simplified technical support

HP’s shared print engine technology allows a unified strategy for driver deployment, simplifying technical support issues. Furthermore, by providing a standard engine across their printer and MFP ranges, this aids in developing greater expertise amongst our HP trained technical engineers.

Shared additional options:

With the availability of cross-compatible accessories (such as additional paper trays, cabinets, and multi-tray feeders), these items can be added to both an HP MFP and their printer equivalent as common options.

Matching Device Volume
Capability to Requirement

HP devices are conveniently classified into types dependent upon the monthly recommended page volume that can be printed. This is then mapped onto categories based on the number of staff likely to use the products.

Below is a table that illustrates HP’s range guidelines. Through offering an extensive selection, HP  enables the appropriate solution to be tailored to a customer’s usage requirements without compromise.

Chart illustrating matching of volume capability to requirement

Configuration Flexibility

Once a decision is made whether to deploy a printer, or its multi function version, there are options available for adding additional paper trays and free-standing cabinets / paper decks that enable desktop or floor standing configurations for nearly all products.

The below graph visualises the selection process for a customised HP configuration.

Chart showing configuration flexibility
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