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Keypoint Intelligence - InfoTrends is pleased to announce a new study entitled Pricing for Digital: Exploring New Models for Transactional Communications Delivery. Research begins October 2017 and final deliverables are scheduled to publish in December 2017.



InfoTrends (a division of Keypoint Intelligence) has announced a new study focused on growth opportunities for graphic communication and specialty print providers. In this study, InfoTrends will survey graphic communication providers to identify best practices of firms succeeding in offering sign, display, and specialty graphics. Study completion is set for December 2017.



InfoTrends, a division of Keypoint Intelligence, is pleased to announce their participation in six educational sessions at PRINT 17 upon its return to McCormick Place in Chicago. PRINT 17, the largest gathering of print and graphic communications buyers, decision makers and suppliers in North America, will be taking place September 10-14, 2017.



InfoTrends, a division of Keypoint Intelligence, is pleased to announce the completion of Printing Trends in SMBs by Key Verticals. This study offers a U.S. and Western European perspective on current and future trends around hardware, software, supplies, and services through its survey of IT decision-makers in SMBs. This study also highlights some key differences by key vertical or company size.



InfoTrends, a division of Keypoint Intelligence, is pleased to announce a new multi-client study entitled Sizing Ink & Toner E-Commerce: Mapping the Impact of China and Third-party Supplies. This study will help ink and toner OEMs better understand the threats the e-commerce marketplace landscape represents. Purchasing supplies through e-commerce marketplaces is risky for both OEMs and end users. Preliminary results from InfoTrends’ Business Purchasing Survey show about 20% of businesses report they “shop the internet” among the top two ways in which they buy ink and toner cartridges. Among the 20%, almost half of those businesses reported issues with product purchases.



InfoTrends, a division of Keypoint Intelligence, this month announced the launch of a new study that aims to help label and packaging equipment vendors and converters increase demand for digital printing by understanding the needs of consumer brands, quantifying the business impact of digital printing, and providing resources to educate the market.



Today Keypoint Intelligence released My Folders, a tool that allows users to save and organize their bliQ content into custom folders. This feature is the latest example of the company’s expanding portfolio of sales and marketing tools for the document imaging industry.



InfoTrends (a division of Keypoint Intelligence) is pleased to announce completion of Enterprise Customer Communications – Trends & Strategies from Around the Globe. This comprehensive report is the result of interviews with over 60 providers of customer communications services and other market stakeholders responsible for delivering more than 50 billion printed, electronic, and mobile communications worldwide in 2016.



Selling communication products, services, and technologies requires having a deep understanding of customers’ and prospects’ competitive market. The challenge is that all industries have unique needs, preferences, and buyer requirements. Keypoint Intelligence—InfoTrends’ new study, In Search of Opportunity: Finding the Right Prospects will provide subscribers with an understanding of key industry trends and dynamics that are essential for developing the right products and services and for targeting the right buyers.



Since 2008, InfoTrends, (a division of Keypoint Intelligence), has been offering the imaging community an annual segmentation and profiling study of both current and future owners of digital interchangeable lens cameras (ILCs). To build on research conducted in 2016, InfoTrends is offering a new report titled The 2017 U.S. Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera Study. This study will once again be based on an extensive review of both new and existing research, a consumer survey, and interviews with vendors.