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e-Enablement report shows how print service providers can remain competitive

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

LEXINGTON, KY -- WhatTheyThink, the leading media organization serving the printing and publishing industry, announces the immediate availability of e-Enablement of the Printing Process: Connecting PSPs to Customers. In 2008, InfoTrends completed a research report entitled e-Enablement: The Future of Graphic Communications, this report is a summary of the results from that research.

Purchase e-Enablement of the Printing Process: Connecting PSPs to Customers

To remain competitive in today’s fast-paced environment, print service providers (PSPs) must enhance their offerings with e-enabled value-added services. Doing this will improve operational efficiencies and create deeper customer relationships that keep the competition out.

InfoTrends’ research affirms that e-enablement is:

  • A pathway to automating business processes and “super-efficiency” for buyers and sellers of print
  • The key to effective utilization of procurement networks for more efficient print supply chain management
  • An important means of delivering affordable global access to customers
  • A launching pad for participation in new market niches or evolution into a totally new business

Purchase e-Enablement of the Printing Process: Connecting PSPs to Customers

About WhatTheyThink

WhatTheyThink comprises the largest graphic arts community in the print industry. Started in March 2000, WhatTheyThink.com provides daily news, interviews, research, and many more resources to our members. Our goal is to provide unbiased, real-time market intelligence to print and publishing executives.

The name WhatTheyThink (provided by an industry consultant) reflects our goal of developing a community built on what industry professionals had to say. We wanted unbiased takes from print buyers, designers, printers, and suppliers. Not just the big printers or the suppliers who were “buying advertising,” but ideas and knowledge from every corner of the industry.




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