Ray Weiss has started a new workgroup within SGIA to bring together diverse voices from all aspects of the digital print realm.
Adding wide-format printing and engraving capabilities has helped Villanova University Central Services achieve growth and success even as its traditional print work declines.
Sending numbering, perforating and scoring jobs to an outside service provider can create a lot of uncertainty. To put an end to this inconsistency and bring work back in-house, San Bernardino Community College District installed a new device and hasn’t looked back since.
While not a comprehensive list, here is a look at some important things in-plants should be aware of — and ensure compliance with — as they assess their operations to prepare for another prosperous year.
Regional Health’s in-plant uses wide-format printing to make patient rooms warmer and more welcoming.
No, those old spreadsheets don’t do the exact same thing as a print MIS solution. Implementing this technology in your in-plant will improve automation and job tracking, let you generate better reports and increase the productivity of your staff.
Garment printing can open up new revenue streams, expand relationships and give every department more reasons to stop at the in-plant.
As the final SGIA Expo enters its second day in Las Vegas — it will be reborn in 2019 as PRINTING United — there is no denying that at this show, there is something for everyone.
A solid workflow allows printers to do more than just move jobs through the shop more quickly; it allows them to make informed business decisions based on hard numbers — not on gut feelings.
Digital envelope printing is an opportunity for in-plants to bring a whole new type of work in-house.
Software is changing at blazing speeds, so PSPs can’t invest in a solution and then sit back and hope for the best. Rather, they need to stay aware of the changing innovations. Here is a closer look at the trends impacting inkjet software today - and tomorrow.
Adding a flatbed printer brings new and exciting capabilities that can spur the creativity of the rest of your organization.
By implementing sustainable practices, these in-plants are saving both the environment and their bottom lines.
As interactive print continues to improve, printing can be enhanced when it incorporates technologies such as QR code, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality experiences.
The University of Southern Indiana installed a Xerox Versant 180, which replaced an older two-color offset press as well as an older Xerox color production machine. The shift, Director Terri Bischoff says, has allowed Creative and Print Services to become much more nimble.