PrintImage International 2001-2002 Pricing Study Available
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL, March 2001 PrintImage International formerly the National Association of Quick Printers (NAQP) has announced completion of its 2001-2002 Pricing Study. Conducted by Q.P. Consulting of West Melbourne, Florida with sponsorship support from PrintSmith, a printCafe product the study details responses from nearly 10,000 survey forms sent to quick printers, copy shops, and small commercial printers.
In announcing the study, PrintImage International president and CEO Steven D. Johnson said, "The 2001-2002 PrintImage International Pricing Study is by far the most popular and highly regarded document of its kind in the printing industry, and is anxiously awaited by quick printers who use the study to ensure that prices are competitive and appropriate for the work performed. New features in the 2001-2002 PrintImage International Pricing Study include a breakdown and analysis of paper markup practices and pricing of brokered services. Also new in the 2001-2002 version of the report is a special section detailing pricing for products utilizing plastic comb, plastic coil, spiral-O/double loop, and Velobind binding. The PrintImage International 2001-2002 Pricing Study is available to association members for $125 and to nonmembers for $195. Special pricing is available for PrintImage International Platinum level and international members."
In discussing PrintSmith's support of the study, Neil Miller, PrintSmith vice president, commented: "PrintSmith is pleased to support PrintImage International in the publication of its 2001-2002 Pricing Study. Hundreds of PrintImage International members rely upon PrintSmith software to gather production costs and prepare estimates. Now that this pricing study is available, PrintSmith users both PrintImage International members and nonmembers alike can put this powerful tool to use in evaluating their business performance and pricing practices."
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