Japan-based Kyocera has attained the top position in the monochrome photocopier category with a market share of 20.19 percent in India making it highest among the key players in this segment market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) said on Thursday. “By following a pragmatic approach with focus on time-bound results, we have managed to beat the downturn in the photocopier market. We intend to further expand into high-revenue niche markets,” said K. Swetharanyan, Managing Director of Kyocera Document Solutions (India), in a statement. Also Read - Facebook for Android will soon get dark mode and coronavirus tracking featureAlso Read - Scientists develop soft contact lens that can zoom with a blink
According to IDC, Kyocera was among the major gainers in the A3 photocopier market last year as well. Kyocera recently launched a new colour multi-functional printer (MFP) to help reduce business operations cost while increasing efficiency and productivity. The Rs 3,20,000 TASKalfa 3051ci colour MFP is equipped with in-built password protection feature to maintain confidentiality of documents post-printing.