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Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2012/09/05 - Industry Intelligence, Inc.’s bi-weekly special report recaps news in the technology and digital publishing industries showcasing the effects new technology has on paper usage and printers - IndustryIntel.com.
Industry Intelligence, Inc., a market intelligence and information management company serving the forest products, packaging, and food and beverage industries, recently launched a special report called Tech vs. Trees for clients in the pulp, paper and printing industries.
The weekly report summarizes major news in the technology and digital publishing industries that could impact paper consumption and printers—coverage that complements the comprehensive news already provided by Industry Intelligence about major paper producers, publishers and commercial printers.
“An increasing number of our clients are seeing their markets evolving as tablets, e-readers and other technologies become more common so it makes sense for us to increase our coverage of such trends to keep clients abreast of the rapid pace of change,” said Rami Ghandour, CEO of Industry Intelligence.
The recent launches of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet and Microsoft’s Surface highlight the rapid shift in content consumption impacting newspapers and magazines, but behind the headline-grabbing technology announcements are more profound changes in the way businesses consume paper, from the growing acceptance of cloud computing and mobile payments to the proliferation of e-books and online advertising.
With the introduction of the Tech vs. Trees report, Industry Intelligence offers users of its i2dashboard service additional content that builds on its current coverage of technology-related retailing, advertising and publishing trends around the world.
About Industry Intelligence, Inc.
Industry Intelligence, Inc. (industryintel.com) has provided market intelligence to more than 600 companies worldwide from independent startups to Fortune 500 companies since it began as Forestweb in 1999. Over the years, Industry Intelligence has grown to cover the forest products, packaging and food and beverage industries from a high-level industry view to in-depth data, which clients use to prepare for meetings, generate sales reports, produce competitive analysis and create other business documents. Industry Intelligence innovation comes from industry experts using patented technology to deliver the market intelligence that companies use to compete, make informed decisions and succeed.