After a corporate merger left Sanford Health with two in-plants, the company consolidated its printing operations with the help of a sheetfed inkjet press.
IPG Editor Bob Neubauer recounts his recent experience visiting Bloomberg's in-plant, where he was impressed with the services the shop offers, the attitude of the staff and the way the company has embraced its award-winning in-plant.
Though he has a web press background, it’s as the manager of Iowa Bankers Association's small in-plant where Todd Palmer has produced truly big results.
A panel discussion at the Canon Solutions America thINK 2018 Conference, moderated by IPG Editor Bob Neubauer, featured four in-plant managers who revealed how adding a production inkjet press has brought multiple improvements to their operations.
For Minnkota Power Cooperative Print & Mail Services, the switch from offset to digital a few years ago was the best thing the in-plant could have done. However, after years of wear and tear, the in-plant needed a new solution.
When Sacred Heart University expanded, it rewarded its in-plant with an upgrade into much more spacious quarters.
Whether you call it the right of first refusal or centralized print management, it makes sense to have the resident print expert — the in-plant manager — make the decision about where to produce each job, in-house or outside.
The In-plant Printing and Mailing Association’s June conference was buzzing with energy as in-plant managers from all over the country met for the 54th time.
During the IPMA 2018 conference, Howie Fenton and Barb Pellow argued the merits and pitfalls of outsourcing in a riveting session moderated by IPG Editor Bob Neubauer. Here's a recap of the major points they made along with a link to our podcast, where you can hear the entire debate.
Consultants Barb Pellow and Howie Fenton debate the pros and cons of outsourcing in this information-packed session, moderated by IPG Editor Bob Neubauer. Learn what your boss is hearing about the benefits of outsourcing along with the realities of outsourcing failures in the real world. Find out what your in-plant should be doing to prepare.
After examining the cost of outsourcing its printing, Fayetteville State University decided to rebuild its in-plant. With a host of new equipment in place, the reborn shop is thriving.
A new IPG video shows highlights from the recent Association of College and University Printers conference at Lake Tahoe, which brought 90 higher-ed in-plant managers together for three days of networking and education.
University of Oklahoma Printing Services is the first print shop in the world to purchase and install the new Kodak Nexfinity digital color press. So far it’s living up to all expectations.
The recent IPMA conference was full of educational sessions, lively debates and two back-to-back Best of Show In-Print winners, but there was a common theme that ran throughout the conference: the threat of outsourcing and how to avoid it.
The University of Hartford recently installed new technology that not only expands the three-employee in-plant’s capabilities and productivity, but has brought significant savings in maintenance costs.