CAP Ventures Releases Document Outsourcing In Focus Report
Press release from the issuing company
(Norwell, MA) Feb. 26, 2002 --CAP Ventures announced today the release of its third edition of the Document Outsourcing In Focus Report. The dynamic document outsourcing marketspace continues to grow and evolve, with numerous opportunities for service providers and their customers. CAP Ventures' report captures the state of the industry today, and forecasts future trends and developments.
Outsourcing continues to be an important trend in Corporate America, as companies focus on core competencies and look to outsource essential but non-core functions. While reducing operational costs remains the top reason that companies outsource, the second and third reasons are strategic: to improve company focus, and to gain access to world-class capabilities. This has led to increasing options for print service providers looking for new growth opportunities. CAP Ventures reports that the document outsourcing market topped $27.8 billion in 2000, and expects it to grow to just over $50 billion by 2005, a 12% compound annual growth rate.
This comprehensive Market Report looks at the range of services currently provided by document outsourcing service providers and examines the future of the document management industry. We profile a number of key players, providing readers with a company overview, a review of the company’s primary products and services, and a glimpse at its key wins, recent acquisitions, alliances, and directions. In addition, we examine document outsourcing from the corporate perspective and provide readers with a glimpse at the value of document outsourcing through case studies of successful document outsourcing implementations.
CAP Ventures’ Document Outsourcing In Focus report will help you understand the changing dynamics of the marketplace, the essential service offerings and skills, and the actions required to quickly meet the needs of all businesses, regardless of size.
“CAP Ventures’ study provides the pertinent information required to make decisions today that will enable organizations to capitalize on this business opportunity,” commented Holly Muscolino, an Associate Director at CAP Ventures. “The report is designed to support the information needs of commercial printers, facilities managers, quick printers, service bureaus, forms manufacturers, distributors, and other end users of printing and publishing technologies, as well as corporations that are considering outsourcing their business communications needs.”
For more information on the study, please visit our publications store or contact Stewart MacDonald at 781-871-9000, ext. 175.
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