Integrys In-plant Takes Over IT PrintingFebruary 1, 2014 By Bob Neubauer
Scanners on the inserters read a code on the first sheet to find out which pieces to insert, and envelopes are scanned again at the end to ensure each piece was properly inserted.
“It gives a little integrity to the process,” remarks Greetan.
This consolidation of printing efforts follows another change of printing strategies at Integrys. In the past, jobs that didn’t fit the in-plant’s equipment were outsourced using an agency as the broker. Greetan pushed a plan to bring that service in-house, so that all jobs come through the print shop where staff determines the most cost-effective method to produce them. If they can’t be printed in-house, they are bid out to a network of qualified printers. Greetan says this process has saved Integrys over $100,000 the first year.