Omaha Public Schools’ in-plant recently upgraded its wide-format printing capabilities by adding an Océ Colorado 1640 roll-to-roll printer from Canon.
Omaha Public Schools’ in-plant has replaced multiple offset and digital devices with a cut-sheet inkjet press.
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.
Iowa State University Printing and Copy Services is bringing in new business after installing three Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS 1250 black-and-white production printers and a Graphtec FC8600-160 contour cutter.
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Whether he is running an in-plant or training for his next marathon, Rich Bauer, service enterprises
Sitting idly has never been in the plans for Chuck Werninger, senior manager of Administrative Servi
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.
For Willis Jones, supervisor of administrative services at Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E), a commitm
The staff at the Church of Scientology International Dissemination and Distribution Center was facing a capacity crunch.
Omaha Public Schools’ Printing & Publications leverages technology like Web-to-print and variable data printing to support the educatio
Illinois Wesleyan University Publications, Printing and Mailing Services has proven its worth to the university and has been rewarded.
With a background in photography, Tim Hendrix has brought his eye for detail to Oregon’s state printing operation.
Floods and outsourcing threats have not discouraged Pueblo City Schools’ Document Services Center from providing the best possible serv
If not for a high school scheduling bottleneck, Jason Gillam, director of Business Operations at Blue Valley Schools could have easily