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Question 7th Annual Framer's Technology Survey - 11/1009

Mike Labbe

Member, Former moderator team volunteer
Your input is appreciated. It will only take a couple minutes of your time.


7th ANNUAL GRUMBLE TECHNOLOGY POLL & DISCUSSION - NOVEMBER 2009


A survey that compares how we've applied technology such as matcutters/CMCs, pricing/POS systems, visualization, internet access, websites, etc A brief comparison of backup procedures and computer security.


http://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=865sjpo96ubc6ci662456Survey Ended 11/30/2009
The next survey begins 11/1/2010


It will be interesting to compare the results of the past 7 years.
Your input and discussion are greatly appreciated!

RESULTS from previous surveys: LINK TO RESULTS


-If a vendor mass emails customers encouraging them to participate, their product will be disqualified
-One entry per shop or IP permitted
-This survey is intended for framers.
-Your poll selections are anonymous, although discussion is public and encouraged.
-The results represent only a small sample of the industry, and should NOT be used as a primary planning tool or business plan.
-This survey is purely for entertainment and to stimulate discussion about important issues.
 
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Mike Labbe

Member, Former moderator team volunteer
THE RESULTS HAVE BEEN POSTED

http://www.getthepictureframing.com/gfaq/

or direct link

Thanks to everyone for participating.

We do see some interesting trends over the past 7 years, with different technologies growing or shrinking. (DSL vs Dialup Modems, Websites, Floppy Drives vs Flash Drives, POS vs NO POS, VIZ vs NO VIZ, CMC vs NO CMC, etc)

Remember: The results represent a relatively small sampling of framers/participants, and should be used with caution. Framing forum users tend to be technically inclined people. As a result, the results should not be used as a primary planning tool. This yearly survey is done to see how forum participants use technology in the frame shop. The hope is that it will encourage discussion of important technology topics on the participating forums.
 
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