What would it mean for your business to complete jobs 40 times faster than you do now? Two print providers, Capital Graphics and Jyske Bank, share their experiences with the Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000 in advance of FESPA.
InfoTrends expects digital printing of folding cartons to increase at a CAGR of 58% between 2013 and 2018, reaching a print value of about $664 million by 2018. It’s no wonder many service providers see this as a key area of opportunity. See how McBattas Packaging and Printing is taking full advantage.
Craig Frazier, renowned illustrating designer, shares his thoughts on his latest project, Sketchy, the importance of print to the creative and design community, the future he sees for digital print, and more.
MGX Copy, a San Diego based online printing company, recently invested in a Xerox iGen4 Diamond Press and shares their experiences of the press’ automation, reliability, productivity and quality.
A glimpse at results of a workflow study looking at smart workflow investments and what is considered ‘worthwhile’ in the industry.
Learn how one company used price anchoring to gain more profit by making customers look at value in a different way.
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 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.
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?