Five times a leader: Gartner names Lexmark a leader in Managed Print and Content Services for fifth consecutive year.1

Report Summary

In the Gartner Magic Quadrant report, Lexmark was evaluated on "completeness of vision"€ as well as its "ability to execute."

Gartner defines managed content services (MCS) as "a comprehensive solution that rationalizes, streamlines and optimizes business communications inside the organization by providing customers with consultative help, software, and implementation. In the early stages of maturation, it is tightly coupled with managed print services and focuses on communications inside the organization."€

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Leaders provide MPS and MCS to a wide range of customers, including the largest and most geographically dispersed, so they must demonstrate a truly global reach. They must demonstrate not only the skills to deliver today’s MPS and MCS, but also the understanding, initiative and resources to prepare for tomorrow’s MPS and MCS.1

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1Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Managed Print and Content Services, Ken Weilerstein | Tomoko Mitani, 21st December 2015