InBox: What do you think the industry look like in five years?
Seebass: There will probably be half as many as print people doing 10 percent more work.
InBox: And will all the ASPs be gone?
Seebass: Probably not. There's always room among the small companies who can't afford to capitalize or who don't have continuing, ongoing relationships with customers. There's probably room for one or maybe a couple ASPs to play in the market, but not to be, by any means, a majority of the file transfer market or to be in charge of a majority of their files. Most of the business models rely on that, so there needs to be someone whose business model can work without having a huge percentage of the market. Or charging large amounts of money for transactions.