In this episode of the Impressions Xchange podcast, we got the chance to speak with Marco Boer, VP, IT Strategies, and David Zwang, principal of Zwang & Company, who are working on an extensive and comprehensive global taxonomy for the printing industry.
As day three of the 10th annual Inkjet Summit wrapped up, attendees dispersed, returning to their shops motivated, changed, and hyped to expand the use of inkjet in their production.
The annual Inkjet Summit entered its second day on Tuesday, July 27, offering its trademark mix of thought-provoking general sessions, first-hand experiences of some of the industry’s leading inkjet adopters, and one-on-one discussions between attendees, vendors, and industry thought leaders.
The 2021 Inkjet Summit kicked off the afternoon of Monday, July 26, at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort, near Austin, Texas, punctuating strong evidence of a resurgent post-pandemic printing industry.
Production inkjet printing may be the technology of the moment, but its success depends on the quality — and availability — of the range of roll-fed and cut-sheet substrates manufactured to work with it.
Steven Schnoll, of Schnoll Media Consulting and the educational programming coordinator for PRINT 17 in Chicago this fall, talks to David Zwang about a session that Zwang will be leading during the show on the key role that MIS software plays in today's print production environments that increasingly entail shorter runs, faster turnarounds and, often, smaller margins.