How can you potentially use cross-pollination in print and multi-channel marketing to build your prospect and customer base?
In recent NAPL research reports, Web-to-Print has been labeled as both the ‘most useful’ and ‘least useful’ software among print providers. Puzzled? Howie Fenton takes a closer look.
The announcement of the Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000 at FESPA last year left some ‘unfinished’ business. This FESPA, we showed off new finishing options and expanded media, showcasing how the IJP 2000 can help you take advantage of the highly-profitable digitally printed signage market, worth an estimated $55 billion globally.
Print and sailing are not something normally put together. Look at print in a new light with this analogy that will prepare you for the storm.
With the growth of digital technology, there seems to be a gap in the print industry. Tricia Bhattacharya discusses how you can bridge this gap by offering ePublishing services.
An exclusive look at a study conducted by Brigham Young University (BYU), looking at student preferences when it comes to print versus electronic media.
A sneak-peek into exclusive research data, detailing how in-plants and commercial printers differ in terms of workflow software usage.
Name a challenge that print providers face today, and odds are good that a more automated workflow will help to meet it. But workflow automation presents challenges, as well. Automation works best on repetitive, assembly-line tasks…yet most printing involves custom manufacturing of unique pieces. How do you automate these processes?