After overhauling its in-plant and adding a production inkjet press, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance is enjoying great success.
To improve its patient experience and become more efficient with its production print operations, Sanford Health, one of the largest, not-for-profit health care systems in the nation, has entered the world of inkjet.
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.
While IPMA held its annual conference, in-plant managers were holding a conference of their own in Toronto. CUPMAC met for the 51st time in June, drawing managers from all over the country.
The 10% tariff that the Trump administration has imposed on imported aluminum is now being passed through as a surcharge by major lithographic printing plate manufacturers to their U.S. offset printing customers.
“Convergence” happens when print service providers expand from their core businesses into adjacent market segments as a way to grow and diversify.
EFI CEO Guy Gecht made a surprise announcement last week that he plans to leave the company. In this video interview, he talks about some of the challenges he's overcome and the accomplishments he has achieved.
Two keynote speakers were revealed for the fourth annual thINK conference, an independent community of Canon print customers.
The two dozen in-plant managers who attended the recent Inkjet Summit heard from a panel of four managers whose in-plants have already made the inkjet transformation — and who are now looking to add additional inkjet presses.
During a panel discussion with Barb Pellow of Pellow & Partners at this year's Inkjet Summit, three inkjet adopters revealed how to sell inkjet the right way and shared the lessons they’ve learned along the way.