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Infosource provides data, analyses and advisory services for the end-to-end print and scan industry. This includes Industrial and Functional Print, Production Print, and Office Automation with relevant information for the different segments by volumes and capabilities. The integrated nature of the industry and the solutions customers seek naturally encompasses scan and Infosource provides segmented data and analyses for that sector as well.

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We grew up alongside the industry by helping customers understand the impact of constant change. Market intelligence and analyst services from Infosource have helped content, workflow and process vendors to tightly align development and operational activities, and project business plans into the future that keep them relevant.
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Industrial and Functional Environments

Infosource provides all the relevant Industrial and Functional Print and Scan data and analyses. This sector includes all non-paper-based print such as textiles, ceramics, laminates, glass labels, and direct-to-garment.

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Office Automation

Office Automation includes all the devices you would expect to  find in offices, from desktop to workgroup Copier/MFP, SFP, Faxes, and Scanners.

Production Environments

Production devices include the high-end Copier/MFP, high-end SFP, and Digital Presses including Cut-Sheet and Continuous Feed. Large Format devices with water-based inks and producing paper-based print also fall into this category. Infosource covers all the relevant and related segments of production scan.

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Document Management Scanners

The rapid pace of digitalisation, shortening software development cycles, and compounding compute intelligence make capture-related intelligence a complex field. OEMs and vendors must safely navigate plethora technologies, trends and emerging factors. Infosource analysts maintain horizon views by tapping the pulse of the industry and keeping tabs on events as they occur.