Multi-Channel Delivery Market Study (2009)

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Print suppression, also known as the “paperless” movement, has made tremendous advances in niche consumer markets such as ticket sales, magazine distribution, book sales, and tax filings. Business-to-business paperless transactions have also become widely accepted thanks to the decades-old EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) standard and the ever-increasing use of computerized databases and transaction records.

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Print suppression, also known as the “paperless” movement, has made tremendous advances in niche consumer markets such as ticket sales, magazine distribution, book sales, and tax filings. Business-to-business paperless transactions have also become widely accepted thanks to the decades-old EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) standard and the ever-increasing use of computerized databases and transaction records.

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