Being a leader means never sitting still, which is why Brigham Young University Print and Mail keeps reinventing itself. With an inkjet press in place, and another in its sights, the country’s largest university in-plant is planning for even more growth.
CARES Act funding has enabled a California school district in-plant to acquire a production inkjet press, as well as an array of wide-format and bindery equipment, to help students be more engaged with their studies.
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.
Phil Ward’s commitment to personal growth, educating others, and seeking better opportunities have fueled a successful and fulfilling career.
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.
As part of its “digital revolution,” the Progressive Group of Insurance Companies has installed four inkjet presses in its two in-plant operations in Cleveland and Colorado Springs.
As director of Purchasing, Mail and Printing Solutions at Franklin University, Bob Donahue gets a look at the work procured outside.