Phil Ward’s commitment to personal growth, educating others, and seeking better opportunities have fueled a successful and fulfilling career.
The printing program at Oregon Corrections Enterprises not only teaches valuable job skills to adults in custody that will help them return to society as productive citizens, it brings a focus to their lives while in prison.
With a new roll-fed inkjet press, OG&E Energy’s in-plant has eliminated the use of shells for the utility bills it prints, saving the company money.
Walter Ryan, Print Shop foreman for the City of Bangor, Maine, walked into a very different shop than the one he runs today as foreman.
By controlling costs, meeting tight deadlines, and adding value, utility company in-plants prove themselves indispensable to the energy companies they serve.
Having transitioned Ohio University Printing Services to a digital operation, Blaine Gabriel continues to ensure the decisions he makes are backed by research and buy-in from his staff.
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.