Oscar Dubbeldam on Strategy Partner's offerings in WhatTheyThink's Marketplace
Published on June 30, 2011
Oscar Dubbeldam with Strategy Partners outlines some of the European document communications research that is available in our marketplace
Cary Sherburne: Hi, I’m Cary Sherburne, Senior Editor at WhatTheyThink.com and I'm here with Oscar Dubbeldam from the Netherlands, Strategy Partners. You’re a partner in Strategy Partners.
Oscar Dubbeldam: I am, yep.
Cary Sherburne: I’m happy to see you here today. You have a couple of items in the WhatTheyThink Marketplace. Maybe you can talk to us a little bit about what they are and why people should be interested in them.
Oscar Dubbeldam: Yep, sure. We’ve done in the last two years some reports and some research around the world of document communication in Europe especially our organizations should deplore document communication in a customer communication management type of environment. So should it be paper, should it be digital, should it be a mix, what type of software should I use, should I still use the high volume…
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