(Norwell, MA) November 14, 2002… CAP Ventures, the leading strategic consulting and research firm serving the business and visual communications industry, today announced a strategic partnership with International Printers Network (IPN), the largest international network of digital printers.
The agreement calls for CAP Ventures to provide IPN members with detailed news and analysis on the electronic production and on-demand printing & publishing industries. Members will benefit from timely and critically written summaries on key technology and market developments that directly impact their businesses.
“This agreement is a positive step for our community,” commented Roger Gimbel, Chairman of the Board for IPN. “CAP Ventures’ extensive knowledge-base and research capabilities within the graphic arts industry provide our members with the tools and information they need to make better business decisions, giving them a competitive edge.”
“IPN has proven to be an invaluable resource to leaders in the digital printing industry,” commented Charlie Pesko, Managing Director at CAP Ventures. “We look forward to applying our knowledge and skills to provide IPN members with research and analysis that will improve their businesses.”
The IPN is made up of over 45 organizations operating in 35 countries spread over 4 continents, with 105 locations throughout the world. The IPN is a community of leading edge document management, publishing, and printing companies that meets twice a year to share technical, sales, marketing and strategic information that enables us to provide our customers with the Document Management solutions of tomorrow, today! The organization is linked internationally through its secure Intranet where files, projects and personnel collaborate in the development of customer focused information management solutions. Our new Web portal at www.ipn.cc is a testament to the group's commitment to develop and deploy effective communications tools that we can then deploy for our own customers any time... anywhere! For more information, please contact Dean Baxendale at 416 921-2111 in Toronto Canada or via e-mail at [email protected]