After consolidating another in-plant, Sanford Health Print and Mail Services has strengthened the service it provides for one of the country’s largest health systems.
COVID-19 has changed Colorado state government in a big way. The transformation to remote work is driving new print volumes to the state’s Integrated Document Solutions operation.
To accommodate a workload that has doubled over the past five years, Penn State Health’s in-plant recently replaced two toner devices with a Canon varioPRINT iX-series sheetfed inkjet press. Manager Craig Seybert reveals why the in-plant chose this press and how it helps the operation thrive.
It took several years between Mayo Clinic’s decision to get an inkjet press and its installation in October, but the success of the outcome has validated the pace of the effort.
Though lured into graphic communications by the “artsy stuff,” Chelle Palmer, found she loved being a press operator, a passion that has changed her life.
From producing PPE to cultivating cross-media services, the University of California, San Francisco, Documents and Media department has always been ready to adjust its services to fit the university’s needs.
At one busy Midwest health system during COVID-19, the long-time manager was working hours of overtime printing vinyl banners and signs for hospitals. Then he tested positive for COVID-19, and his world turned upside down.
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.
Harsher than an Alaskan winter is the cold, dark reality of COVID-19, which has hit the University of Alaska, Anchorage, just as hard as other schools. Fortunately, its in-plant knows how to adapt to harsh conditions.