(Ponte Vedra Beach, FL) November 27, 2001 - Digital Output magazine, the leading business magazine serving the digital imaging and desktop publishing industry, has established a partnership with CAP Ventures, a leading consulting firm in the digital printing and publishing industry, to conduct market research and analyze trends in the digital graphics industry.
This month, over 350 industry leaders who read Digital Output magazine responded to a detailed e-mail survey constructed by CAP Ventures focusing on wide format printing. Those who responded were among the 15,000 Digital Output readers who receive the magazine’s weekly e-mail newsletter – Digital Queue. A hyperlink to a summary of the findings of this first survey is provided below.
“Digital Output is the leader in providing objective insights about the continually changing digital graphics industry”, commented Jeff Hayes, Research Director at CAP Ventures. “We are pleased to be working with Digital Output to better serve their readership and our clients with timely market research and analysis on critical issues facing the industry.
“This is just the beginning,” said Digital Output Group Publisher Doug Apelian. “Our partnership with CAP Ventures will continue to grow with CAP Ventures supplying the research and Digital Output the list of buyers. Readers of Digital Output will both participate in these surveys as the users of this technology and will benefit from the results featured in the pages of our magazine.”
Click on the hyperlink provided below for a summary of the findings of this first survey, and keep an eye on future issues of Digital Output for ongoing analysis from this research study and future studies throughout 2002. It is another way Digital Output continues to deliver valuable intelligence to digital service providers, helping them make the best buying decisions by understanding industry trends as they happen rather than after they happen.
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