GENEVA, Switzerland and ERIE, PA—Ralph Gammon, long-time editor and publisher of the Document Imaging Report, has joined infoSource as regional manager for the Americas, covering the document scanner market. infoSource is a leading market research firm that focuses on the document printing and scanning spaces across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. infoSource prides itself on the accuracy of its data and the flexibility with which its customers can access and view that data on the latest version of its online tool—the infoSourceDB.
Gammon has been editor of DIR (as his newsletter is known throughout the industry) since 1998, and added the responsibilities of publisher in 2002. He has been covering the document scanner market and related technologies in-depth and will bring additional perspective and depth of coverage to the infoSource team. Gammon will be responsible for compiling reports, forecasts, and digests for the North and Latin American document scanner markets. All this information will be available to infoSource subscribers.
“I have known the folks at infoSource for several years now, since they started covering the Americas markets,” said Gammon. “I am excited to be joining them and looking forward to helping develop and promote their outstanding service. My experience in market analysis, specifically related to document imaging, and their expertise with compiling data-driven reports in this industry should make for a great marriage.”
“Ralph, who will be known to many of our clients already, with his in-depth knowledge of the office hardware and software markets, is a perfect complement to the existing infoSource document scanning research team serving both the European and Americas markets,” said Mark Nicholson, service director of infoSource. “I would like to extend a warm welcome to him and say how much I look forward to Ralph’s assistance with the continued global expansion of infoSource’s scanning program.”
Gammon will continue to edit and publish DIR, the leading insider newsletter in the document capture and ECM markets.