Recent investments at University of Pittsburgh Printing Services have not only automated the in-plant’s production, but allowed it to digitally embellish the pieces it prints.
Though she never intended to work in the insurance industry, Michele Woodrum says she’s “having a blast” leading the print and mail team at Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance.
One session during the PRINTING United Digital Experience focused on the role of toner-based digital printing in the commercial printing segment and featured the experiences of two commercial printers that have successfully incorporated digital printing into their operations.
During the sheetfed offset day of the PRINTING United Digital Experience, a panel focused on how automation improves both the performance of the sheetfed offset press and the profitability of work produced on it. The printer panelists were asked to identify the most critical functions of automation and to cite the benefits that these improvements have brought to their commercial printing operations.
With a lifelong passion for printing, Debbie Cate has built a multi-faceted in-plant at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, adding services and staff to better serve the organization.
Being creative and offering customers new solutions are keys to the success of Fresno State Printing Services and have helped the in-plant erase the deficit it once carried.
After four days of online educational sessions, panels, solution showcases, and networking, the 2020 Virtual Inkjet Summit concluded with key business takeaways and insights for printers from Marco Boer, VP of IT Strategies, and Quad/Graphics Chairman, President, and CEO Joel Quadracci.
With five in-plant locations, American Electric Power has come to rely on its internal print operations to provide fast, cost-effective service and help the company achieve success.
The University of Delaware’s in-plant was already a trusted and valuable resource, but when the pandemic hit, it was deemed essential to the university. It has proven its value many times over.
Join the PRINTING United team and 2,000 of your industry colleagues to celebrate the event and look toward next year. The drinks and snacks are on us — bring yourself, your PRINTING United badge, and your ability to enjoy. Opening Night Party, Wednesday, Oct. 23, 7 p.m., Gilley’s Dallas.
Your time is valuable, and time away from the shop is increasingly difficult to find. With its focus on strong opportunities, new technologies and strategies to build your business, PRINTING United is a “must-do” for any company operating in the many sectors of today’s diverse printing industry. Time used wisely, indeed.
“Convergence” is everywhere in today’s printing industry, as companies seek new opportunities in adjacent sectors and market areas. PRINTING United is an essential event for any print professional looking to board the “convergence train,” or to further strengthen the foundation of their current business model.
SGIA’s Product of the Year Competition recognizes PRINTING United exhibitors’ game-changing products available in 2019. This year’s winners rose to the top of more than 200 entries in 72 categories. All entries will be displayed in Lobby F, but be on the lookout for the award jewel at winning companies’ booths on the show floor.
Growing in today’s printing industry requires making the right decisions for your business, and PRINTING United — Oct. 23 - 25 in Dallas — gives you the widest variety of choices (and the top experts to get you there). It is a showcase of technology, a marketplace of ideas, and the best bet for any…
Across the printing spectrum, companies are converging: Seeking new opportunities in adjacent printing segments and vertical markets. Learn in-depth what it takes (both business-wise and technologically) to move your business toward the opportunities convergence offers, and learn which segments offer the greatest promise for your company.