'Think Small' Is Service Bureau's Philosphy
While printing companies tend to focus first on the output device, Capodiferro notes that the hero in this story is the software. “I was looking at small printers before, but the software wasn’t there. Paris opened doors. It handles input from all types of hardware and software. I can queue 200 jobs and manage them as needed. If a printer goes down, I can move the jobs to another device and keep going.”
Capodiferro believes that his vision of flexible, low-cost printing is the wave of the future. “The whole business is becoming more automated,” he says.
“Maybe soon we’ll be able to just turn out the lights and send everybody home while the computer does all the work.”
By Steven Knapp