WHEN WALSWORTH Publishing set out to find software that would modernize its system and increase the consistency of its printing processes—without eating into its bottom line—little did it know that it was in line for a bonus.Not only did the system the company choose achieve efficiencies throughout its commercial printing runs, from sheetfed to webfed to digital, it was also the basis for integrating and updating the entire enterprise.
By Erik Cagle The truth of the matter: Don Walsworth III is not in the printing business. His true line of work is security. Sure, the 69-year-old Walsworth, a 2003 Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame inductee, has been involved in the family business, Walsworth Publishing, for a majority of its 65 years. And while ink on paper is the final product, the goods that he truly peddles are satisfaction and peace of mind. This is especially important to customers who are, by and large, wet behind the ears. It's not that the customers are naive. They're high school students who have found