When the in-house printer is responsible for procuring outside printing, everybody wins. Here are some tips so your vendors know what you expect from them.
Out of Sorts
Although the business of higher education continues to be revolutionized by digital technology, print and mail are still very much a part of day-to-day operations. Who should be responsible for producing this print collateral, an in-plant or an outside firm?
At a recent sustainability in higher education conference, I was certain that print and mail would be a hot topic. I was wrong.
They called him “Tricky Beam.” He was my great uncle. He was a schemer. He earned his name “tricking” people out of their money.
I hear it over and over again when in-plant managers talk about copier vendors: on one hand, we need these companies because they manufacture the equipment we use, on the other, we feel threatened by them. I spent the last few months working very closely with one of these vendors, and I can tell you what I think works.
IPG blogger Dwayne Magee takes a trip down printing’s memory lane by sharing an amusing collection of tips for printers.