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).
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.
Each year, EFI hosts its customers, partners, media and analysts at its signature event, EFI Connect.
In the world of print production software there is no better example of a love/hate relationship than between print service providers and their print MIS solution. Print MIS solutions are, or should be, the one record of truth for the business which means the solution touches every function and every employee within the shop. Therein lies the problem.
Managing the diversity of work possible within a wide-format shop is challenging.
Trevecca Nazarene University’s in-plant went from an offset shop at risk of being closed to an organization that manages the fleet of printers across campus with a central digital print shop. IPG Blogger Greg Cholmondeley explores this success story.
The key to winning over marketing is to understand their goals, help them achieve them, and show how you can deliver them services.
While digital print as a whole has evolved on many fronts, these three may be the most impactful for in-plants.