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Interquest releases study on Color Production, Variable Data Printing.

Interquest has released its latest study, "Color Production and Variable Data Printing: Where is the Market Going?" This new study now includes Interquest's assessment of color production printing at Print 05.

Highlights of the report include:

* Media Trends and Market Data

* Market Update and Trends

* Applications Trends

* Product/Solutions Development

* Standards

* Privacy

* Interquest and Xplor Focused Forums, including highlights from one-to-one communications seminars--targeted at the finance and insurance market--conducted from April through June in North America.

"Color Production and Variable Data Printing: Where is the Market Going?" contains more than 100 pages of text with tables and charts. The study can be purchased online (www.inter-quest.com) for $295.00.

Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Charlottesville, VA, Interquest is a market and technology research and consulting firm in the field of digital printing and publishing.

Through its relationship with Xplor International and the Graphic Arts Marketing Information Service (GAMIS), Interquest has conducted numerous studies and developed educational tools related to the transactional and graphic arts printing markets.

For more information, contact Interquest at P.O. Box 6568, Charlottesville, VA 22906, 1434) 979-9945; fax: (434) 979-9959; e-mail: iquest@inter-quest.com; web: www.inter-quest.com.
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