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    • The Market for Digital Print TodayDigital Printing Forum ItalyRalf SchlözerDirector On Demand Printing & Publishing Europe23.2.2011
    • What is Driving Digital Print
      The Economy
      Choice in Devices
      What is next in Digital Print
    • Effect of the Financial Crisis on PrintingProduction Index European Union (27 countries)
      Update: Data until 11/2010
    • Effect of the Financial Crisis on PrintingProduction Index European Union (27 countries)
      Update: Data until 11/2010
    • Effect of the Financial Crisis on PrintingProduction Index European Union (27 countries)
      Update: Data until 11/2010
    • Effect of the Financial Crisis on PrintingProduction Index Printing & Related IndustriesEuropean Union vs Italy
      3 Monthmovingaverages
      Update: Data until 11/2010
    • Effect of the Financial Crisis on PrintingProduction Index Printing & Related IndustriesEuropean Union vs Italy
      3 Monthmovingaverages
      Update: Data until 11/2010
    • The Financial Crisis
      There will be partial recovery on lost volumes only
      However previous production levels will not be reached again
      Electronic documents and electronic advertising competition will continue to take its toll
      The number of print service providers will decline
      Number could almost halve over coming 10 years
      Source: InfoTrends
    • The Financial Crisis
      • There will be partial recovery on lost volumes only
      • However previous production levels will not be reached again
      • Electronic documents and electronic advertising competition will continue to take its toll
      • The number of print service providers will decline
      • Number could almost halve over coming 10 years
      • But not all print industry market segments will decline
      • There is growth in applications & processes
    • Who isgoingtobesuccessful
    • Digital Print as Production Tool
      • Print is part a communication and production chain
      • A need to optimise processesacross the whole chain
      • Digital print generallyfits best with today'sbusiness processes
    • Digital Print VolumesForecast Italy
      Billion Pages A4
      • Financial crisis is also impacting digital print volumes
      • Continuous growth in colour
      • Unprofitable black & white volumes are disappearing
    • ChoosingtheRight Digital Printer

    • Choice in Digital Printing System
      Digital printing is still a relatively new technology
      Rapid progress in technologies and capabilities
      A very diverse market
    • Typesof Digital Printing Systems
      Ultra High Volume Production
      High Volume
      Production
      Great Varietyof Systems
      (Segmented in Volume and Quality Ranges)
      Mid-
      Production
      Light
      Production
      Entry LevelSystems
      ColourBlack & White
    • Typesof Digital Printing Systems
      Ultra High Volume Production
      High Volume
      Production
      Mid-
      Production
      Light
      Production
      Entry LevelSystems
      Colour Black & White
    • Typesof Digital Printing SystemsInstalledbase in Italy (MIF)
      Ultra High Volume Production
      < 500
      Approx.35
      High Volume
      Production
      Approx. 1200
      Approx. 350
      Mid-
      Production
      Approx. 600
      Approx. 3500
      Light
      Production
      Approx. 4500
      Entry LevelSystems
      Approx. 13.000
      Colour Black & White
      Systems installediat professional printserviceproviders
    • Types of Digital Printing SystemsPlacement Trends
      Ultra High Volume Production
      Decline
      High Growth
      High Volume
      Production
      Decline
      Growth
      Mid-
      Production
      High Growth
      Stable
      Light
      Production
      Some Growth
      Entry LevelSystems
      Decline
      Colour Black & White
    • Digital Print Directions
      Monochrome
      Print volumes are declining, but remain substantial
      Shift in applications from transaction (billing) to publishing (books)
      Supported by higher volume printers in cut-sheet and continuous feed
      Wider web inkjet printers are opening more opportunities
      Overall few product introductions expected
    • Digital Print Directions
      Colour
      Mid volume printer will benefit from consolidation at the low end
      Successful small print service providers move up in productivity
      Continuous flow of product introductions
      High Volume printers will remain leading in high quality applications
      Focus is on increasing quality and value added
      Ultra-high volume printers show very high growth rates
      Slowly pushing up quality and paper choice
      For now mainly replacing digital black & white volume – in the future will more and more substitute offset
    • Who isgoingtobesuccessful
    • Companies looking at the whole production & communication chain
      Quoting for „ink on paper“ should not be a central part of your business anymore
      Using the digital printer as an integrated tool in a full production process
    • Moving Print from „spam on paper“ to value added communication form
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    • ralf_schlozer@infotrends.com