These 73 pieces from 33 different in-plants were selected as winners in the In-Print 2019 contest, the only contest exclusively for in-plant printers. Here are photos of the Gold-winning pieces.
During the annual IPMA Educational Conference next month, five in-plants will be honored with IPMA Awards for their achievements. They include two state government in-plants, a university, a religious organization and a nonprofit.
One highlight of the recent Association of College and University Printers conference was a series of roundtables on the last day of the New Haven, Conn., event, which allowed attendees to share tips and ideas. In one roundtable, managers discussed the different ways their in-plants add value to their organizations.
Forget about being just a print service provider. Customers want your in-plant to be creative, generate ideas and help set them up for future success. In this video, Kenneth Tucker of Ricoh USA encourages in-plants to focus on the customer experience and provide them with integrated services.
Everything seemed promising when Xerox rebranded Global Imaging Systems as Xerox Business Solutions a few weeks ago. But now we're getting word that the company is planning to shutter nearly 200 of its XBS field offices.
The deal will improve the overall quality of mail and bring exciting new opportunities to mailers of every size.
February is In-plant Awareness Month. Here are some ideas to help you promote your in-plant's contributions to your parent organization's success.
The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association’s (SGIA) Women in Print Alliance is now an official advisory council with 17 female leaders representing different facets of the printing industry.
President Donald J. Trump again sent the nomination of Robert C. Tapella to be the director of the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) to the U.S. Senate, which recently convened as part of the 116th Congress.