Multi-Client Studies

Keypoint Intelligence's 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.

Production Sheet-fed Inkjet Printer Multi-client Study Breakout Report

September 06, 2018

Keypoint Intelligence–InfoTrends has conducted an extensive analysis on the growing opportunity for production sheet-fed inkjet printing systems in North America and Western Europe. This research is designed to provide OEMs, paper mills, finishing equipment vendors with insights for product development decisions and resources for accelerating sales.


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High Speed Inkjet Printer Multi-client Study

March 30, 2018

InfoTrends is conducting an extensive analysis on the growing opportunity for high speed inkjet printing systems in North America and Western Europe. The study is focusing on key application categories including transactional, promotional, publishing, and packaging (primarily folding cartons). The research will include in-depth interviews with 75 existing roll fed and cut sheet inkjet press users as well as a survey with over 300 companies that are considering purchasing a system in the next 6 to 12 months. The research is designed to provide OEMs, paper mills, and finishing equipment vendors with insights for product development decisions and resources for accelerating customer sales.


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Personalized Video: Evaluating Consumer Demand from Around the Globe

January 30, 2018

Businesses that use personalized videos in their customer communications can achieve improved response rates as well as higher ROI. Personalized videos represent several key elements of an effective modern messaging campaign—the captivating nature of video attracts attention in an increasingly cluttered mix of messages, and 1-to-1 content rewards that attention with a more meaningful engagement.

Despite the strong potential of personalized video, enterprise adoption has been slow thus far. Widespread use has been hindered by a limited understanding of the consumer’s perspective, along with a lack of established best practices for incorporating this new tool into a customer communications strategy. The unrealized potential of personalized video calls for focused research and technological clarity.

This proposed consumer study aims to align the implementation and execution of personalized video campaigns with the expectations and preferences of those who will ultimately watch them. We also intend to provide roadmap planning input so technology vendors and solution providers can translate the revealed consumer expectations and preferences into functionalities and features of their personalized video offerings.

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Pricing for Digital: Exploring New Models for Transactional Communications Delivery

December 19, 2017

As delivery of transactional communications continues to shift from physical to digital environments, the pricing discussion is becoming more complex for service providers and technology vendors. This is accentuated by emerging digital channels and the increasing need for real-time use of transactional data to drive communications. Service providers are bringing a variety of approaches to the market, making it difficult for enterprise prospects to compare competitive offerings. At the same time, many enterprises continue to separate print from electronic delivery in the RFP process, reducing opportunities for service providers to showcase pricing for a holistic approach to creation, management, and delivery of transactional communications.

Implementing digital channel delivery requires IT infrastructure and activities that are not always visible to clients. These capital-intensive investments often require a swift ROI that is not compatible with a print-oriented pricing model.

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POD & CDLP China 2017

November 08, 2017

Objectives of this research study:

  • To estimate and forecast the digital production printing as well as the color digital label and packaging markets in China for the years between 2016-2021
  • To identify and explain market trends in China for production level digital technology for commercial printing-particularly for packaging and label converting
  • To advise clients about key production digital printing markets in China and give insight to help clients compete effectively there

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POD Japan - Hardware & Solution Forecast 2017 Report

October 27, 2017

Research objectives:

  • Size and forecast the Japanese digital production printing markets (Commercial print, Quick print, Copy shop, Form printing, CRD/In-Plant) in terms of placements, installed based, print volume, etc…
  • To understand current market size and pain points for 3 major categories of production print solutions and provide the forecasts in Japan

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POD & CDLP China 2016

December 31, 2016

Our longstanding research into the Print on Demand market in China continues this year but will have an important addition, a focus on the market in that country for color digital print systems that print packaging and labels. This new report will give qualitative and quantitative insights about two categories of digital printing in China. The 2016 report will include a survey of packaging and label converters, and also of commercial printers. That survey, as well as personal interviews and other research, will examine the status and prospect of packaging and label printing applications at converters in China, and will also gauge the interest in such applications on the part of commercial printers there.

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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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Service Expansion Opportunities for Document Outsourcing in 2016

July 15, 2016

The relevance of print-only outsourcing contracts is in decline. Enterprises are seeking external support for cross-media communications, creative services, data management, analytics, and other value-added services. Savvy and forward-thinking document outsourcing providers are in a unique position to help their customers transition to more effective communication platforms. This study identifies emerging services opportunities and offer a road map for document outsourcing providers to build new businesses around them.

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Direct Marketing Production Printing & Value-Added Services: A strategy for growth

December 16, 2015

With advances in technology, this benchmark study is designed to look at what the future holds for marketers, consumers and direct mail printers as well as the requirements for support from both equipment and software providers. It explores how marketers want to leverage direct mail to effectively engage consumers. The study provides strategy and business development support to help vendors, print service providers, and marketing service providers capture high value pages and services in a cross media world.

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The Future of Digital Packaging Workflows

November 11, 2015

Manufacturers of consumer products and the companies that create packaging for them face many challenges today, often ones digital production methods help address. Manufacturers need to customize products to target many markets, and to put new versions on retail shelves quickly. Converters need to print short runs of packaging for brand owners efficiently and cost effectively. For all the companies involved, these basic challenges lead to a host of others in communications, job management, printing, and fulfillment.

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Disruptive Supply Chain Strategies for the Wide Format Printing Industry

December 24, 2014

Effective supply chain management includes making sure that products are available to end users, priced properly and represented accurately by distributors. Executives have to develop strategies to deal with different size accounts, different geographic regions, and different types of distributors. This study is designed to identify new ways to approach managing the supply chain to improve customer loyalty, provide better brand messaging, and maximize profits.

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Enterprise Document Capture: Process Gaps and Revenue Opportunities

November 21, 2014

This study had three primary goals. First, this research uncovered high-volume capture trends within business processes, vertical markets, and across different types of capture environments. Secondly, it verified how effectively image life cycles enable automation within the classification, data capture, data validation, and delivery phases of a document capture operation. Finally, the study identified services and technology revenue opportunities that target business process gaps and inefficiencies.

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Profiting through Digital Printing in the Décor Marketplace

November 16, 2014

In the past, production methods for decorative elements achieved the desired look and feel using traditional, analog print processes. Screen, gravure, and lithographic printing have created a wealth of designs, but by their nature they are meant for mass production and cannot efficiently create custom decoration or be cost effective in small batches. Today, after decades of ongoing development and improvements, digital printing is capturing ever-growing production volumes worldwide in a range of décor applications. In this particular study, a series of in-depth interviews and surveys allowed us to assess the impact of digital solutions, examine the sentiment of the Architect & Interior design community (A&D), and quantify the opportunity for manufacturers and suppliers of printing equipment and inks, software providers, and service providers.

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Opportunities and Challenges in B2 Digital

October 25, 2014

B2 format color digital presses are forming a new, exciting wing of the digital print market in 2014, a dynamic segment that will be influential for many years to come. Sheet fed, full color digital presses for B2 format media starred at drupa in 2012 and since then the commitment of key suppliers to B2 and larger format printers has only grown, as has the interest of prospective users. Today, the ‘B2’ digital press market is at a tipping point: More than 100 presses in this class have been placed globally; meanwhile, more B2 models and even some larger ‘B1’ models are about to launch, and multiple vendors will need major placements to justify their big investments. Will they and their products find success?

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The Production Printing Industry in North America: Understanding Industry Transformation

August 15, 2014

This study examines various industry segments, and the impact of establishment size in both the in-plant and print for pay segments. This research study builds upon the results of our earlier studies but provides additional granularity. It examines PSP’s in four business segments. Our research indicates that where a PSP falls within this quadrant drives particular behavior including service expansion, the use of technology and capital investments.

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