Chris Bauer

Chris Bauer
Outsourcing Out! In-plants Back In

Outsourcing companies make a lot of promises but often fail to perform as expected. Here are three organizations that got fed up, dumped their outside print providers and started their own successful in-plants.

A Manager Takes Flight

Sitting idly has never been in the plans for Chuck Werninger, senior manager of Administrative Servi

Transition Time in Texas

It has been a busy year so far for Stephen F. Austin State University Printing Services. To kick off 2016, the four-employee in-plant replaced its Xerox 700 with a larger machine.

Masters in Printing

Omaha Public Schools’ Printing & Publications leverages technology like Web-to-print and variable data printing to support the educatio

Small Shop, Big Moves

Illinois Wesleyan University Publications, Printing and Mailing Services has proven its worth to the university and has been rewarded.

Surviving And Thriving in Pueblo

Floods and outsourcing threats have not discouraged Pueblo City Schools’ Document Services Center from providing the best possible serv

Jason Gillam: A Recipe For Success

If not for a high school scheduling bottleneck, Jason Gillam, director of Business Operations at Blue Valley Schools could have easily

Online Approach Pays Off for Western & Southern

At Western & Southern Financial Group, Print & Mail Production strives to be indispensable to its business partners. “We treat our customers as though we are competing…

Dipping Their Wings in the Inkjet Pond

If you peek beneath the feathers and webbed feet of the iconic Aflac Duck advertising character, you will find an in-house inkjet printing powerhouse that produces a heavy print workload for insurance industry giant Aflac’s wide customer base.