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How up to date is your shop? CMC, POS, INET, WEB, SECURITY?

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Mike Labbe

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4th ANNUAL FRAME SHOP TECHNOLOGY POLL & DISCUSSION - NOVEMBER 2006

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.

This month's poll is being conducted with different software, since our new polling software only allows a single question. Most future polls will be single questions.

SURVEY CLOSED. SEE RESULTS BELOW



It will be interesting to compare the results of the past 4 years, when posted 12/1/06.
Your input and comments are greatly appreciated!

RESULTS from previous surveys: LINK TO RESULTS

-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 planning tool or business plan.
-This survey is purely for entertainment and discussion.
 
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Mike Labbe

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If you're buying, sure! :)

Future polls will probably be a single question, due to the nature of our new polling software. The only exception is the yearly tech poll. Then again, I may break that down into a CMC poll, a POS poll, a Security Poll, etc in the future too.
Thanks for the feedback and I look forward to that icy cold beverage in Vegas!


Mike
 

Mike Labbe

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Full results at http://www.custompictureframing.com/poll_results.htm

Some samples:

A few extractions from the recent poll, for the current year. For full results, see the link above.



57% of participants use a CMC



72% of participants use a commercial pos system


27% of participants use a visualization system


95% have internet at the shop. Dialup is dead. DSL is growing.
 
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