This is the fourth in a series of reports that examines the effects of COVID-19 on the printing industry, how printers are responding, and how they can create a path forward.
When looking at certain economic and industry indicators, it is easy to see exactly when the COVID-19 pandemic began to debilitate business. Fortunately, industries were able to adjust and although we remain far from pre-pandemic levels, these same indicators have already shown plenty of recovery progress.
The COVID crisis has changed business and consumer behavior in many ways. But which of the changes are temporary and which are permanent? Answering correctly is essential to participating in the recovery ahead.
According to a recent report, automation improves results and broader adoption is essential for the industry to take full advantage of all the benefits workflow automation offers. The survey results identify five key reasons to invest in tools to automate workflow.
A NAPCO Research report, Delivering New Levels of Value with Continuous-Feed Inkjet Printing, highlights the current state of technology capabilities, application opportunities, print customer demands, and investment considerations for print service providers and in-plants.
As things currently stand, Former Vice President Joe Biden has secured enough electoral votes to become the President. Although President Trump has yet to concede the election, it may be time to start considering how the new administration’s policy changes can affect both business and the industry as a whole.