Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends Pools Resources for Common-Interest Studies

Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends is pleased to announce that several Multi-Client Studies have been recently completed and others are soon to publish before year end.

Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends’ detailed Multi-Client Studies tackle major industry trends and topics that impact clients and allow countless companies to fund, influence, and receive the research results. Each report is led by a team of consultants who provide key findings and recommendations by delivering in-depth analysis for optimal strategic planning.

Conducting primary research can be inaccessible for many businesses as costs can vary from project to project. While primary data collection is a powerful method for acquiring information, some research projects are just too large to be carried out by all but the largest companies, and some are not feasible at all. By pooling resources with industry peers, these common-interest studies provide multiple companies forward-looking analysis enabling them to obtain business critical information at a fraction of the cost of conducting the study on their own.

There are an array of studies that focus on digital imaging and document solutions. Below are some recently published and soon to be completed studies:

IN SEARCH OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: FINDING THE RIGHT PROSPECTS

This comprehensive report identifies communication spending, usage, trends and dynamics across key industries. The study surveyed communication decision makers in small, medium, and large organizations, across multiple industries, to uncover the key trends and challenges influencing media choice, purchasing requirements, vendor selection, and selling opportunities.

THE 2017 U.S. DIGITAL INTERCHANGEABLE LENS CAMERA STUDY

This study examines current and potential future DILC owners’ photo and video behaviors, attitudes, preferences, and ownership of digital SLRs, mirrorless cameras, and lenses. The DILC market continues to grow in importance. In 2017, InfoTrends expects that DILCs will account for 50 percent of cameras sold in the US and almost 80 percent of revenue.

SIZING INK & TONER E-COMMERCE: MAPPING THE IMPACT OF CHINA AND THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIES

Purchasing supplies through e-commerce marketplaces is risky for both OEMs and end users….

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