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Printing Industries of America Annual Financial Benchmarking Survey Now Open

Thursday, March 05, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA - The Printing Industries of America 2015 Ratios Survey is now open and accepting participants until May 15, 2015. This annual financial benchmarking study from the Center for Print Economics and Market Research is a core benefit for members through Printing Industries of America Affiliate Organizations. For more than 90 years, the Ratios program has been the leading financial benchmarking tool for the printing industry.

The annual Ratios Survey is redesigned and updated to better match the modern printer that runs multiple processes and offers various ancillary services. The results of the survey provide financial analysis for sheetfed printers, digital printers, trade binderies, custom loose-leaf manufacturers, graphic finishers, or packaging manufacturers.  

The Ratios reports provide valuable financial and productivity benchmarks that can help companies become more efficient, productive, confident, focused, and profitable. Each year 15 volumes are developed from a survey of more than 400 printing firms.

Participating in the 2015 Ratios Survey is easy and takes only about one hour. For your convenience, there are four ways to take part in the 2015 Ratios Surveysurvey PDFspreadsheetonline, or having it competed by Margolis Partners*.

The results of the annual survey are a core member benefit—member participants will receive a complimentary Ratios Volume of their choice. Non-members can get free access to the results by joining their local affiliate today (www.printing.org/affiliates).

 

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