This new study analyzes the degree to which convergence is currently occurring and outlines new migration patterns across segments. Discover key areas with the most growth opportunities cross-segment, expansion opportunities to increase profitability, and how continued convergence will impact the future of the industry.
Over the last few years, new continuous-feed inkjet presses have expanded their capabilities to printing on standard offset coated text and cover stocks, as well as improving image quality through higher image resolution, variable-drop application, and improved halftone rendering.
Learn how HP Indigo customers have pushed for positive growth in their businesses, pairing innovative technology and proven partnership, and how you can be the next success story driven by digital print. Read the e-book to jumpstart your success today.
Starting with HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press units, HP's new Certified Pre-Owned program will offer previously owned presses at a more accessible price point.
Originally planned to make its debut at drupa 2020, get a first look at the the new flagship 22″ continuous inkjet HP PageWide T250 HD. The new press features HP Brilliant Ink and expanded media versatility for high-volume commercial, publishing, transaction, and direct mail applications. Access the video demonstration here.
HP’s announced two releases during GRAPH EXPO 15 that will fly under the new banner: the HP PageWide Web Press T480 HD and the T470 HD.
Dscoop will host more than 100 partners in its Solutions Showcase at DscoopX, March 5-7, 2015, in Washington, DC. Four Diamond and eight Platinum partners are welcomed this year. These 12 companies, along with others at the Gold, Bronze and Ruby levels, will combine to create the largest Solutions Showcase experience in Dscoop history.
More than 150 book publishers, book manufacturers and suppliers met at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square recently for the first Digital Book Printing Conference, organized by IPG's parent company, North American Publishing Co. IPG Editor Bob Neubauer was at the networking and educational event, which featured an insightful keynote from Marco Boer, VP of IT Strategies.
The founder of an international print finishing equipment manufacturer, C.P. Bourg Group, has died. Christian-Pierre Bourg, who started the company in 1960, was 89. Bourg passed away in Boston, not far from his company's U.S. headquarters in New Bedford, MA. Even though he no longer oversaw the day-to-day business of his company, he still made a point to go to the office every day.