We also found that their business challenges, purchasing decisions, and workflow automation needs are different than they were in the past.
FAIRFIELD, N.J. (PRWEB) December 05, 2022
Keypoint Intelligence recently published a 2022 study on the North American In-Plant Software market. The primary research study covers general business overviews including CAGR and investment, software adoption, automation utilization, and the in-plant market mindset. To conduct the study, a 38-question survey was sent to 153 respondents, out of which, 79 in-plants from thirty North American states and provinces.
In-plants are similar in many ways to their commercial counterparts, but there are some significant differences, especially regarding job volumes, top services & applications, and automation adoption. For example, it was found that in-plants are generally more likely to implement software and automation than their commercial counterparts.
“We also found that their business challenges, purchasing decisions, and workflow automation needs are different than they were in the past,” says Greg Cholmondeley, Keypoint Intelligence Principal Analyst.
The 2022 North American In-Plant Software Investment Outlook report can be purchased separately or as part of a subscription to other research provided by Keypoint Intelligence’s Production Workflow Service.
For more information about the report, please click here.
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