Enabling online orders for clients isn’t just about making their lives easier – it’s about learning to do business in a new way.
“Convergence” happens when printers expand from their core businesses into adjacent market segments as a way to grow and diversify.
Some call printers with offset and digital equipment “hybrid.” Those who expect full-spectrum services call them preferred providers.
As a management discipline, continuous improvement doesn’t have to be overwhelming - it just needs to be uninterrupted. It also must recognize that it owes everything to the wisdom of the people carrying it out.
The “omni” in omnichannel doesn’t necessarily mean what the word implies, and it definitely doesn’t exclude print.
The Xeikon Café conference and exhibition is in its fourth year in Europe and just completed its second North American edition.
Heidelberg has what it says is a new way for printers to maximize productivity and profit without owning the equipment they print with.
Efficient compilation, strict security and scrupulous hygiene aren’t just best practices; they’re competitive differentiators.
Succession planning removes roadblocks and provides helping hands to support the future.
An ESOP plan is a benefit program in which employees acquire ownership of the company they work for by receiving shares of stock in it.
Today, the right question to ask about Web-to-print may be how much money a print shop leaves on the table by failing to adopt it.
With a program this rich in ideas, saving the best for last wasn’t easy. But, the wrap-up session conveyed the value of the event.
Do you identify workflow strictly with software? This misses the larger picture, as attendees at the Inkjet Summit learned.
Inkjet brings a new dimension to print, and new set of expectations for those wishing to position it convincingly to their customers.
On the first night of the Inkjet Summit, Marco Boer took the stage to discuss the growth and evolution of production inkjet technology.