A survey of over 325 Commercial and In-Plant printing facilities revealed four common workflow software investments and attitudes towards key applications. Are many In-Plants overlooking opportunities in Variable Data Printing?
As Graph Expo begins its fourth and final day today, visitors have one final chance to check in on the latest developments in the graphic communications industry’s ongoing evolution. Here are some of the emerging trends—and new wrinkles—that we picked up on at this year’s show.
After two consecutive “inkjet drupas,” will Graph Expo 2014 be remembered as the “Low- to Mid-Volume Digital Color Printing Graph Expo?” Key learnings shared from InfoTrends industry breakfast at Graph Expo
Survey among leading graphic communications providers gleans insight on necessity of offering marketing services, advantages of digital print, emerging applications, top business challenges, and more.
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.
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.
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.