According to a new industry report published by infoSource, document capture solutions are helping Latin American businesses simplify their labor-intensive and costly paper processes.
Sales of document imaging class scanners exceeded $1.19 billion in revenues and 900,000 unit shipments across the Americas last year, according to the report. The Unites States and Canada represent a large portion of the Americas’ scanner market, though shipments into emerging Latin American countries are on the rise.
"Despite variable conditions, new opportunities across Latin America are especially compelling," Mark Nicholson, infoSource service director, said. "Each country is evolving technologically and economically, and scanner manufacturers are vying to meet the new demand."
The comprehensive "state of the industry" report from infoSource covers document scanners across North and Latin America, including coverage of the United States, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, and the rest of Latin America.
Included in the report are detailed five-year shipment and forecast tables for every country from 2012-2019. BancTec, Canon, Epson, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, IBML, InoTec, Kodak Alaris, Neat, Opex, Panasonic, Scan-Optics, Visioneer and Xerox are among the scanner vendors included in the analysis.
InfoSource has led the market research industry in Europe, the Middle East and Africa by providing accurate market sizing data across a range of office automation industries.
- Guatemalan businessman Fernando Jarquín implements vision for development
- Emiliano Salinas cuts ties with NXIVM
- Fernando Jarquin, Guatemala’s Pharmaceutical Innovator and Entrepreneur, Talks Business
- New Colombia Resources says Sannabis test was successful
- Grupo Exito aims to help support Colombia
- Codelco CEO calls for transparency, focus on production goals
- BCP offers tips on choosing master's degree program
- General Tire launches new tire for Andean market
- Latin America talks of boosting pork production, exports @CorferiasBogota
- AIR Worldwide team takes part in wind-engineering conference