In just three years, U.S. production color inkjet page volume will exceed that of digital color toner. What applications will benefit the most from these tremendous growth opportunities?
Postal rates in the United States are rising. For those in the direct mail business, for companies that mail transactional statements, and for print providers that serve those industries – this is a big deal. See how waterless inkjet technology and the ability to print on lightweight substrates is opening new opportunities.
Looking for a growth opportunity? Help your customer’s better reach their clients with personalization and Variable Data Print. A recent survey shows 67% are in favor of receiving personalized coupons while shopping, with 86% saying it has influenced their desire to purchase.
There’s a perception that inkjet can’t effectively produce direct mail while meeting the necessary image quality requirements. Is this really true or simply a far-fetched myth?
Selling variable data print solutions requires a very different approach than traditional print sales. Here are 4 strategies to help you do it successfully.
A fatal mistake when selling variable data print solutions is falsely assuming what your client is trying to achieve with their campaign. We look at 3 common campaign purposes, including ideas and examples on how you can make the most of them.
Many case studies used to convince clients to invest in variable data print solutions lack substance. Avoid this problem by ensuring your case studies include these 3 critical components.
Selling Variable Data Print requires a special approach. Buyers of these services are often being presented with a new way of thinking and being asked to accept an increased unit cost on their print. See how case studies can help you persuade them.
With ‘Selection Sunday’ freshly behind us, action for the NCAA Tournament is heating up. For non-sports enthusiasts, March Madness inspires a variety of spin-off brackets – pitting theoretical match-ups against one another in a battle for ultimate supremacy. So we thought, why not a tournament of print applications?
We all know the saying: “Data is King!” But where do we draw the line for data inaccuracies in direct mail pieces? Is there an acceptable error rate for personalization?