In-plants work hard, aim high and hit their marks to retain the loyalty of customers and the confidence of their organizations. At a session at PRINT 17 four in-plant managers described their newest services and detailed their upcoming plans.
During an in-plant luncheon yesterday at PRINT 17, the in-plant managers at Blue Valley Schools told a packed room how they were able to save the district $1.4 million in printing costs using automated workflows.
With DuraLink, Memjet will try to cultivate OEM partnerships that lead to the development of full-scale digital inkjet presses.
When these vendors say they support in-plants, they don’t just mean they sell them digital printing equipment. They run in-plants of their own, which gives them an intimate understanding of the struggles in-plants face and the benefits they provide.
PRINT 17 is being touted as "an entirely new experience" more focused on community building. In-plants can expect to come home with business-building ideas and new opportunities.
Ithaca College’s in-plant is producing quality work while saving money and making students more aware of what services they offer.
While Web-to-print is certainly not mandatory, it has become an amenity that customers expect. Those without it face a clear disadvantage.
Kodak held a “VIP Inkjet Summit” in Dayton, Ohio, aimed at positioning Kodak as a technological leader
The fifth annual Inkjet Summit brought in-plants and commercial printers together to learn how production inkjet technology will change their lives.
At the Inkjet Summit, executives from various companies offered practical advice to printers investigating production inkjet presses.
Though digital presses dominate the in-plant industry, more than half still rely on offset presses. We looked deeper to find out why.
At the Inkjet Summit, Marco Boer, VP of I.T. Strategies, said that a growth spurt for production inkjet printing is on the way.
Before adding an inkjet production press, make sure you've mastered your data. That was one of the key points stressed by Conference Chair Marco Boer during the fifth annual Inkjet Summit, held last week in Ponte Vedra, Fla. Here are his other takeaways.
In-plant managers were everywhere at last week's Inkjet Summit. Almost 30 of them from 24 different in-plants joined more than 100 other printers in Ponte Vedra, Fla., to learn about production inkjet printing.
A transit system can’t be truly commuter-friendly unless it’s reasonably easy to navigate without an abundance of printed signage.