Konica Minolta Positioned as a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant Report 2014
Tokyo (November 11, 2014) – Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) is pleased to announce that the company has been named as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Managed Print and Content Services by Gartner, Inc., the U.S.-based information technology research and advisory company.
In 2010 Konica Minolta started expanding its OPS initiatives globally to optimize output environment at diverse customers' offices. With strategic enhancement in its services menu and geographic expansions, Konica Minolta has been providing the services to more than 6,000 corporations worldwide. Through the establishment of specialized teams to administer projects in the organization, the company has stepped up its efforts by delivering Managed Content Services, developed to focus on not only printing but also the customers work process and optimize enterprise content management and has made business proposals to improve the customers' workflow for increased efficiency, cost reduction and business continuity.
Konica Minolta believes its vision and service development to create and enhance values for the customers has served it to be evaluated as a leader in the Magic Quadrant.
Under the brand proposition "Giving Shape to Ideas," Konica Minolta will contribute to making a difference in the global community and aim to become a company vital to society through assisting customers with transformation and development of their enterprise work.
About Gartner Magic Quadrant
A Magic Quadrant provides a graphical competitive positioning of four types of technology providers, in markets where growth is high and provider differentiation is distinct:
Leaders execute well against their current vision and are well positioned for tomorrow.
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Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Managed print and Content Services" Ken Weilerstein et al, 06 November 2014
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About Managed Content Services (MCS)
Gartner, “Managed Content Services' Time Has Come” Ken Weilerstein et al, 15 July 2013
“MCS is a comprehensive package that rationalizes, streamlines and optimizes business communications by providing customers with consultative help, software and implementation. It provides a suitable business model to solve the problems that are too small and isolated to get the attention of large content management projects, and delivers it to organizations and departments that lack the skills and focus to construct their own solutions. In the early stages of maturation, it is tightly coupled with MPS and focuses on communications inside of the organization.”