Online Poll: 2018 Revenue Expectations

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NORTHBROOK, IL — Somehow another year has flown by, and now a new year is just around the corner, which means your company is likely planning, analyzing, and scrutinizing documents in preparation for a successful year — or you’re about to start the process. As we, too, look ahead to the new year and begin our own planning, we want to know what 2018 might hold for your company, and that’s the topic of our newest Cleanfax Online Poll. What are your company’s 2018 revenue expectations?

Participation takes only a moment of your valuable time. While your response is confidential, your answer just might help another person in your industry make a tough decision. Take a moment to share your thoughts with the latest Cleanfax Online Poll: 2018 Revenue Expectations.

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