Multi-Client Studies

InfoTrends' multi-client studies deliver in-depth primary research that is focused on major industry trends and topics. Each study is led by a team of subject matter and research experts who provide findings and recommendations that can immediately be applied to your sales and marketing strategies. Multiple companies fund, influence, focus, and receive the research results, enabling them to obtain business critical information at a fraction of the cost of conducting the study on their own.

US Micro-MPS Subscription Print for SMB

MPS has strong popularity and penetration into larger organizations but, smaller organizations continue to aquire A4 and inkjet hardware, supplies, and related services transactionally. It’s unclear the extent to which smaller organizations are open to, or are interested in, a Micro-MPS, alteratively called subscription print or print as a service. And, if they are open to these services, what kind of services do they want.

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The 2019 US Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera Study

Interchangeable lens cameras (ILC) continue to make up about 80% of revenue and over 50% of shipments of the camera hardware market. ILC features such as enhanced full-frame image sensors with more resolution, higher sensitivity, wider dynamic range, and oversampled 4K video capture are becoming product differentiators and will help to drive future sales. The 2019 study continues to build on the research conducted over the past decade.  

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Beyond CMYK: The Use of Special Effects in Digital Printing

December 31, 2016

With the exception of a few devices, production color digital printing has been a process color world, where everything is reproduced with cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks or toners. Many years ago, market leaders at the high end envisioned opportunities with value-added special effects beyond process color. They implemented the use of spot colors, clear toners, dimensional, and other effects that took advantage of the unique capabilities of digital print, namely the ability to personalize, on-demand print, and just-in-time manufacture documents that could not easily be reproduced using conventional methods. These trailblazers at the high end showed how production digital print could push beyond the short runs and quick turnarounds of much process color work.

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