Lexmark Expands Managed Print Services Capabilities In India

Lexmark International, Inc. has announced an expansion of their managed print services capabilities (MPS) in India as a part of a comprehensive plan to grow Lexmark India operations at 78 percent CAGR in the next four years. Lexmark's MPS solutions have enabled global and local enterprises in India to improve productivity and reduce cost across a broad range of industries such as education, financial services, government, information technology and telecom.

Lexmark recently completed three software acquisitions, which included:

  • Brainware: a provider of intelligent data capture, strengthens Lexmark as a technology provider in business processes that require intelligent data capture and workflow solutions in industries including higher education, financial services, and healthcare.
  • ISYS: an enterprise and federated search and document filtering technology provider, which extends Lexmark's leadership position in surfacing critical content to the user in both structured and unstructured business processes.
  • Nolij: a provider of Web-based imaging, document management and workflow solutions for the higher education market.

All these are being integrated into Perceptive Software, strengthening MPS, end-to-end business process solutions as well as content management solutions.

“Adoption of MPS among Indian enterprises is increasing due to rise in digital content. However, many still work in the traditional hardcopy environment and require strong solutions for managing security risk and regulatory compliance,” said Shailendra Aragula, Country Manager, India, Lexmark. “With our strong leadership in the market, we are well positioned to help Indian enterprises increase productivity and save cost by assessing potential risks to their documents, their information and their network infrastructure, and integrate the appropriate solutions.”

“At Lexmark, we view our products, solutions and managed print services as the building blocks for higher-performing workplaces, where people are more connected, satisfied, and productive, said Ronaldo Foresti, Vice President, Asia Pacific and Latin America, Lexmark. “We will continue to invest in our Indian operations and have set ambitious targets for next four years. This underscores our commitment in providing the best-in-class solutions to our customers in India.”

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Updated Date: Feb 02, 2017 23:35:01 IST