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InfoTrends' U.S. document outsourcing forecast projects growth

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Weymouth, MA - InfoTrends is forecasting that the document outsourcing market will once again experience positive growth. The recent release of the U.S. Document Outsourcing Market Forecast for 2009 to 2014 includes actual and forecasted revenues, trends, and analysis across four primary segments: On-Site Contracted Services, Transaction Document Services, Off-Site Contracted Services, and Document Process Outsourcing.

As the economy continues to recover, InfoTrends' forecast underscores the need for service providers to develop a strong, broad, and innovative services portfolio to support the growing outsourcing demand of their clients and prospects.

"Document outsourcing remains a growth segment," stated Matt Swain, a Senior Consultant at InfoTrends. "Growth is driven by renewed interest in outsourcing as corporations continue to scrutinize operating expenses. The key for document outsourcing service providers is to continue to evolve with the changing requirements of the marketplace. While cost reduction is important, clients and prospects will continue to seek vendors who are leaders in technology and innovation and can offer superior workflow efficiency.

InfoTrends' annual U.S. Document Outsourcing Market Forecast provides a detailed snapshot of the current state of the document outsourcing market, forecasts the market's growth over the next five years, and includes a complete analysis of trends driving the industry between 2009 and 2014.


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