I was in New Orleans for the SGIA Expo, the largest printing trade show in North America, and the scene of a major announcement.
Blue Valley Schools automated 86% of its in-plant's orders and saved the organization more than $1.4 million in the last seven years.
Promotion is one of the key elements of branding, said Sharon Donovich, Kornit Digital at a session held during the SGIA Expo.
One of the first in the country to install Xerox’s cut-sheet production inkjet press, Pekin Insurance is now enhancing its statements with four-color printing.
Two Sides has released the results of an international survey that provides unique insight into how print and paper are viewed, preferred and trusted by consumers around the globe. The results indicate a strong preference for print when it comes to recreational reading e.g. books, magazines, news, etc. 72% of global respondents prefer printed books, compared to only 9% preferring ebooks.
During a packed in-plant luncheon at PRINT 17, the managers of Blue Valley Schools' in-plant revealed how production workflow software has saved their district more than $1.4 million, automated 86% of the in-plant's orders and enabled increased volume without adding staff. Watch highlights from the session.
Canon Solutions America announced the new and intuitive Océ ProCut Auto Pilot automation option for its Océ ProCut.
The new Kodak NexPress Substrate Expansion Kit expands the types of paperboard and synthetic substrates NexPress presses can run, to include paperboard substrates with weightings graded up to 24 points/610 microns.
The third annual thINK user conference, an independent community of Canon Solutions America production print customers, starts on Monday at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, with more than 500 people expected to attend. thINK 2016 attracted more than 400 production print professionals, analysts, partners, and press, establishing it as the largest inkjet user group in the world.