Top Five Stories of the Month
June was a very busy month, with many in-plant managers heading to the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) conference and others preparing for summer vacations. So which IPG stories did managers take time out of their busy schedules to read? Here are the top five:
- Convergence in the Print Industry — The newly released “Convergence in the Print Industry: Understanding Growth Opportunities and Competition” study provides insights into the shifting dynamics of the print market and will let you know where your greatest growth opportunities are.
- IPMA Conference Wraps up With Outsourcing Debate — The debate on the last day of the IPMA conference between Howie Fenton and Barb Pellow was one of the highlights of a stellar in-plant conference. This is a brief recap.
- Offset: Good for Business — and Getting Better — University of Nebraska-Lincoln's in-plant gets almost half of its revenue from offset printing. It's so profitable for the in-plant that a new press is on the way.
- Fuji Suing Xerox for $1 Billion in Damages Following Failed Acquisition Agreement — The Xerox saga continues. This episode, soon followed by a Xerox counter-punch, intrigued our audience.
- Changing of the Guard at GPO — With a new director now nominated to head the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO), we looked back at the past year at GPO to remember its stalwart leaders and their contributions.