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The Office Equipment Index (OEI) - 3rd Quarter 2010
Thursday, 21 October 2010 12:30
Today sees the first publication of The Office Equipment Index. The Office Equipment Index is a quarterly business to business report which analyses the office equipment industry from an economic perspective. The quarterly report will provide an insight into industries that use office equipment, printers, copiers, document scanners and electronic document management systems.
What is the OEI report
The Office Equipment Index report is a list of statistics gathered at the end of each financial quarter which reflect the general industry and economic status within the office equipment industry.
The report is a group of tables showing the percentage increase and decrease in contracts by industry sector. Very simple in nature, the report is designed to provide a snapshot every quarter, which can then be used as a guide for economists, businesses and anyone else that has interest in either the copier industry or general economics.
The 3rd Quarter 2010 Office Equipment Industry Report - Part I
The first part of The Office Equipment Index (OEI) is the percentage increase in business by industry sector based on 100% orders in the last financial period.
|Accounting and Financial Services||13%|
|Arts, Entertainment and Leisure||4%|
|Brand to Brand Sales||2%|
|Catering, Food and Drink||4%|
|Construction, Maintenance and Building Services||6%|
|Employment, Recruitment and Careers||2%|
|IT and Web-Related Enterprises||2%|
|Law and Legal Services||6%|
|Manufacturing, Industry and Industrial Services||9%|
|Marketing and Advertising||0%|
|Private Provision - Healthcare||4%|
|Property and Estate Agents||2%|
|Technology (incl. Pharmaceuticals)||9%|
|Transport and Logistics||2%|
The 3rd Quarter 2010 Office Equipment Industry Report - Part II
The second part of The Office Equipment Index (OEI) is the percentage decrease in business by industry sector based on 100% cancellations in the last financial period.
|Accounting and Financial Services||10%|
|Arts, Entertainment and Leisure||3%|
|Brand to Brand Sales||0%|
|Catering, Food and Drink||3%|
|Construction, Maintenance and Building Services||23%|
|Employment, Recruitment and Careers||3%|
|IT and Web-Related Enterprises||3%|
|Law and Legal Services||0%|
|Manufacturing, Industry and Industrial Services||5%|
|Marketing and Advertising||0%|
|Private Provision - Healthcare||0%|
|Property and Estate Agents||5%|
|Technology (incl. Pharmaceuticals)||5%|
|Transport and Logistics||3%|
The 3rd Quarter 2010 Office Equipment Industry Report - Part III
The third and final part of the Office Equipment Index (OEI) is the movement of each industry sector based on all orders and cancellations in the last financial period.
|Accounting and Financial Services||33%||On The Up|
|Arts, Entertainment and Leisure||50%||On The Up|
|Brand to Brand Sales||100%||On The Up|
|Catering, Food and Drink||50%||On The Up|
|Housing Associations||100%||On The Up|
|Law and Legal Services||300%||On The Up|
|Manufacturing, Industry and Industrial Services||50%||On The Up|
|Political||100%||On The Up|
|Private Provision - Healthcare||200%||On The Up|
|Public Sector||300%||On The Up|
|Technology (incl. Pharmaceuticals)||50%||On The Up|
|Business Services||0%||No Movement|
|Consumer Services||0%||No Movement|
|Employment, Recruitment and Careers||0%||No Movement|
|General Retail||0%||No Movement|
|IT and Web-Related Enterprises||0%||No Movement|
|Marketing and Advertising||0%||No Movement|
|Transport and Logistics||0%||No Movement|
|Construction, Maintenance and Building Services||-200%||Going Down|
|Property and Estate Agents||-100%||Going Down|
Making sense of the report
The report is split into 3 distinct areas, Part I; Percentage increase by sector, Part II; Percentage decrease by sector and Part III Movement by Sector.
Part I - Percentage Increase by Industry Sector
Part I of the OEI report shows the percentage increase for each industry sector. A total of percentages in Part I of the report equals 100%, therefore each percentage figure for each industry sector is representative of the percentage increase of that industry sector against the total increases across all sectors.
Part II - Percentage Decrease by Industry Sector
Part II of the OEI report shows the percentage decrease for each industry sector. A total of percentages in Part II of the report equals 100%, therefore each percentage figure for each industry sector is representative of the percentage decrease of that industry sector against the total decreases across all sectors.
Part III - Movement by Industry Sector
Part III of the OEI report shows the percentage movement for each industry sector. These figures are not derived from Part I or Part II of the report directly, but are representative of total losses or gains for each industry sector.
*All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number.
If you would like to know more information about the report, or would like to enquire about office equipment, please feel free to contact us