Recently, Matthew Parker discussed the need for printing companies to revisit their website strategy and follow an approach used by travel agencies – focus on the customer and provide information that is engaging to them. Dharminder Biharie offers his perspective and insights.
Big data, mobile communications, interactive print and inkjet technologies all represent some of the top trends and print business opportunities in 2014. Join Xerox and InfoTrends for 6 free webinars taking place throughout the year.
With security breaches happening more often, do you question if your passwords are secure enough? Here are 9 tips to battle password hacking.
What drives some graphic communications providers to treat environmental sustainability as a pillar of the business, on par with customer satisfaction and financial success? Here are 3 reasons to be passionate about embracing environmental sustainability.
Think about your company’s website. Is it engaging? Here are 3 ideas for the type of information you could be featuring…leading to profitable client relationships.
Analyzing your Business Model: A Business Development Look at Financial and Logistical Risk (Part I)
Have you ever used a quadrant model to evaluate your business offerings in terms of financial and logistical risks? A look at Commodity and Logistics Products, and what they can mean for your business
There is a hot new job title on the rise, known as Chief Digital Officer. By 2015, Gartner expects 25% of all organizations to have one. Howie Fenton takes a look at 3 potential roles and how they may impact your business.
Think about your company’s website. Does it focus on your business or your customer? A look at why most print provider websites drive away site visitors, and what you can do to fix that.
Does your sales team spend the majority of their time helping customers on commodity-based revenue streams? Read first-hand how this Business Development consultant helped a print provider with a web-to-print solution, moving commodity sales to the web and freeing their sales force to focus on more opportunistic customer opportunities.