(Weymouth, MA) August 8, 2011 . . . InfoTrends has announced the launch of a comprehensive study entitled�Capturing the SMB Marketing Automation Opportunity. This study aims to provide an understanding of the SMB marketing automation opportunity to help guide the evolution of SMB solution offerings.
�With the expansion of media types and added channels, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are seeking new opportunities to acquire and retain customers,� commented Stephanie Pieruccini a senior research analyst at InfoTrends. �Savvy service providers will need to look at a horizontal focus offering design, photography, advertising, and print services through web portal as well as build vertically-focused solutions offering marketing automation technology.�
Through primary research of a structured web survey and in-depth interviews with small and medium businesses in the United States, InfoTrends intends to provide information surrounding:
The results of this study will provide service and technology providers with a better understanding of the changing opportunity of the SMB communications market and offer insights for future requirements. In addition to summary report, presentation, and tabulated data, subscribers will receive a summary of key study findings that can be leveraged as content marketing to promote and justify solution offerings.
For more information on�Capturing the SMB Marketing Automation Opportunity�contact Jennifer Skerrett at or e-mail . Early subscriber discounts are available until September 16, 2011.
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