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?
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.
Transactional communications – such as statements and bills – hold recipient attention for 3 to 5 minutes. See how your clients’ can leverage these documents for up-sell and cross-sell opportunities.
Topics trending around the print industry from the past several months and six predictions for the balance of the year ahead.
The factors that determine why different companies have different cross-over points for book production
Book publishers gathered in Verona, Italy to discuss the impact on-demand digital printing of books can have on their market share and profitability.
A glimpse of what’s ahead for drupa 2016, including key inkjet innovations that focus on the un-served space sitting between high-end toner and low-end inkjet.
A look at the past, present and future of printed magazines with personalized content, and how inkjet technologies are changing the publishing segment.
What does multi-channel, cross-channel and omni-channel really mean – and how is production inkjet driving its growth?