Wondering if switching to production inkjet carries a large enough ROI? Look at how productivity, turnaround, and personalization make this technology worthy of a good hard look.
Learn how the Xerox D-Series Copier/Printers Customer Replaceable Components can help you increase productivity and reduce downtime.
Have you ever considered how much money is lost each year due to inefficient processes, bottlenecks and waste? A look at the benefits associated with an optimized plant layout and workflow and how you can get involved.
Want to get the most out of your business? 3 steps for improving your print business in 2014, and a look ahead to topics we will discuss this year (including optimizing your website, leveraging social media, and much more!)
Want to ensure a more prosperous year for your business? Howie Fenton takes a look at 4 steps for a better 2014.
A recent NAPL survey asked participants about the success they’ve seen using web-to-print, with more than half citing increased sales and two-thirds saying it has streamlined their production workflow. But many have experienced challenges as well. Continue reading to see all the survey results:
Do you struggle with the challenge of maintaining consistent color across digital presses? What if this process could be simplified by using a single color management solution for an entire fleet? And what if that solution was web-hosted, allowing you to remotely access and respond to the status of all your presses?
Does your print business struggle with workflow challenges? What if you could remove costly manual prepress steps, reducing your costs and reducing the time it takes to get jobs through your shop. See how Xerox FreeFlow Core can free up your resources from repetitive tasks and move them to higher value jobs.
The Xerox Color 800 press has delivered a number of new capabilities to Sir Speedy Orlando. Printing on heavier stocks and synthetics has given customers more choices for restaurant menus and collateral. Clear toner has provided another creative wrinkle to business cards, menus and other pieces. And increased processing power has made variable information printing more productive.
Typically the right of first refusal for an inplant printer means that all the work goes to the inplant and they decide which work they will do, based on how busy they are and how their charges compare and decide if they’re going to do the work themselves or outsource the work. However, there are a few potential downsides.