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Keith Kmetz

Program Vice President, Imaging, Printing & Document Solutions

Keith Kmetz is the Program Vice President of IDC's Imaging, Printing & Document Solutions programs. He is responsible for all written research in these areas, including analysis on the printer, multifunction peripheral (MFP) and 3D printing markets as well as related transformational hardcopy software/services developments.  Based on his 20+ year experience at IDC, Kmetz's research coverage has spanned a wide variety of significant print industry topics with an emphasis on both forecast and survey analysis; vertical market opportunities; and client go-to-market strategies.

 

BACKGROUND

Previously, Kmetz joined IDC in 1995 with a 10+ year background in IT marketing and market research.  His past work experience includes product and marketing roles within the printer vendor and channel communities.  Additionally, Mr. Kmetz was a printer analyst at BIS Strategic Decisions.

 

EDUCATION/INDUSTRY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • MBA in Marketing from Babson College
  • B.A. in Behavioral Sciences from Concordia College
  • Frequent speaker, presenter and moderator at industry conferences and client events
  • Recognized for a number of IDC Excellence Awards for Business Development, Product Quality and Consulting Achievement


 

HP Inc. announced strong quarterly results for FY 1Q18, showing positive revenue growth for a fourth consecutive quarter. Demonstrating growth across all regions and business categories, total revenue increased 14% to $14.5 billion, compare...
On November 21, 2017, HP Inc. announced strong earnings results across its Personal Systems and Printing groups for FY 4Q17 — closing out what can only be characterized as a resurgent year for the company. For a third consecutive quarter, b...
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This IDC Market Perspective examines the Xerox 1Q18 earnings announcement on May 2. More significantly, the document also analyzes the week of turmoil in the company's management ranks as two sides continue to battle over control."We are ho...
U.S. MFP Forecast, 2018–2022

May 2018 - Market Forecast - Doc # US43775518

by: Max PepperAlyson FrascoKeith Kmetz

This IDC study quantifies the U.S. multifunction printer market in detail, analyzing issues, trends, and product advances. It contains IDC's review and forecast of the U.S. MFP market for 2012–2022. Unit shipments, value of shipments, and a...
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