During the ACUP annual conference this week, in New Haven, Conn., Rochester Software Associates debuted a new release of its WebCRD Web-to-print software, which includes security updates and additional capabilities and features to add VDP services.
I recently moderated an in-plant panel discussion, talking with three managers who shared their workflow experiences and discussed the hurdles they have overcome and improvements they have made to their workflows. On the panel were Sherri Isbell (University of Oklahoma), Mike Lincoln (State of Colorado) and Lisa Stelter (Sanford Health).
The full report can help you gain insights into how to assess your current W2P capabilities (or lack thereof) against those of your peers and competitors, and to identity how best to move forward.
Going from a hand-written, manual job-tracking process to an automated Web-to-print system has greatly simplified the workflow for Saugus Union School District’s in-plant.
Automation and Web-to-print have dramatically increased the amount of work Pflugerville School District's in-plant can produce and brought a host of other benefits as well.
Rochester Software Associates is refreshing its lineup of digital production print workflow software solutions with the release of three new products designed to increase productivity and automation while streamlining workflow.
In a recent blog, Greg Cholmondeley explains recent enhancements to Canon's PRISMAsync Production Print Server, which can help commercial printers and in-plants deliver consistent quality.
Software is changing at blazing speeds, so PSPs can’t invest in a solution and then sit back and hope for the best. Rather, they need to stay aware of the changing innovations. Here is a closer look at the trends impacting inkjet software today - and tomorrow.