More than 200 leading graphic communications providers gathered at Xerox’s Premier Partner Congress to discuss the latest trends in the digital printing market. Here’s what they uncovered.
Printed catalogs get the most consumer attention out of anything in the mail stream. Even in today’s digital media-obsessed world.
When it comes to inkjet, one size does not fit all. That’s why we developed the industry’s first entry-level inkjet portfolio, allowing you to select the solution that best fits your workflow, floor space, application mix, price point and growth strategy.
On-shore and on-demand. That can be the future for color trade books if more publishers and book printers adopt high-speed production inkjet technology.
Thirty years ago, there was only one way to manufacture books – offset printing technology. Today, there’s a new way. Say hello to inkjet.
As revenue generated from print ads declines, could newspapers benefit from customized content and ads – made possible by color inkjet technology?
Game-changing ink-set enables inkjet printing directly onto traditional offset coated stocks, eliminating the need for pre- or post-paper treatment.
Historically, only the largest print shops have had the high volumes, deep pockets and available floor space required to justify seven-figure inkjet acquisitions. Fortunately, those times are changing.
The ‘Olympics’ of the print and graphic communications industry opened its doors this week. What drew the biggest buzz?
With customized catalogs driving 3-times greater revenue than static catalogs, it’s no wonder cataloguers are looking for personalized solutions. Traditionally, that has been out of reach…until now.