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Commercialization assessment report analyzes digital label printing

March 10, 2011

Karstedt Associates’ report helps narrow web converters evaluate technologies and opportunities for digital label printing.

Karstedt Associates has published its Commercialization Assessment Report, prepared to assist narrow web label printers and converters in evaluating technologies and opportunities for digital label printing. Company President Kevin Karstedt says that the report is the first in a series of planned business analysis and decision tools that will be published over the next few months.

“Unlike ‘traditional’ market evaluations, commercialization assessments are designed to provide actionable input on how digital print technology can be applied in your existing workflow, their overall positioning within your product mix, and provide insight on how your customers may perceive and respond to your expansion in this area,” says Karstedt.

The report provides information on:

• How digital label printing can impact business

• Which type of customers are most likely to purchase digital label printing and why

• The overall price sensitivity for positioning digital printing to clients

• What segment of the overall digital label printing market is most affected

• Forecasting tools that help establish a revenue and action plan

• An interactive worksheet template to help evaluate digital investment

The report is available for $2,500. Click here for details and online ordering information.





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