I.T. Strategies White Paper for InPrint 2015 Shows Accelerated Growth for Industrial Print

The new free white paper “What is the Future of Digital Industrial Print”, written by Mark Hanley of I.T. Strategies on behalf of InPrint, is now available to order from the InPrint website as a free PDF.

Figures and insight related to recent trends and developments show that industrial digital and inkjet printing continue to gain momentum with accelerated growth forecast of 36% (cumulative average) between 2014 and 2020. The analysis in the report demonstrates that as demand for inkjet continues to develop and mature, its adoption within industrial print markets is set to accelerate. In addition, the report outlines key sectors for growth and sector analysis, such as various flooring markets. 

The White Paper is part of the InPrint show programme of ‘Leading the Future of Industrial Print’ for developing industrial print and the exhibition. The white paper author, I.T. Strategies’ founder Mark Hanley, will introduce the report in his keynote, at 10.30 am on Tuesday, 10 November, opening the three-day InPrint conference that comprises more than 60 sessions. I.T. Strategies is a Boston-based custom consultancy house serving the digital print vendor community.

InPrint Show Co-Founder Marcus Timson comments, “The cumulative average growth rate is now estimated by I.T. Strategies to be 36% between 2014 and 2020, representing an increased adjustment based upon 2013. However, the report also shows that there are significant challenges which digital and inkjet must overcome within various manufacturing sectors in order to become accepted as future technologies.“

Frazer Chesterman, Co-Founder, concludes, “The findings from the report really serve to support the fact that InPrint is the perfect event for those within the manufacturing and print technology sectors coming together to solve problems and collaborate. Here, they can create customised print technologies for industrial manufacture. This report is just a part of our continued commitment to share insight back into the growing industrial print community.” 


Further information regarding InPrint 2015 is available at www.inprintshow.com.

To register for your FREE copy of the White Paper http://www.inprintshow.com/english/industrial-print/white-paper/