February 2016


10 Habits of Highly Effective Managers

Following these habits can help you build a strong foundation on your road to increased management effectiveness.

Bike Delivery Speeds up Service at University of Washington

University of Washington Creative Communications added four bicycles to its fleet of vehicles to deliver intercampus and USPS mail.

Creaser Boosts Productivity in Ohio

New Duplo DC-616 PRO slitter/cutter/creaser helps University of Findlay Print and Postal Services thrive

Cross-media Success

Cross-media campaigns can help grow your company’s customer base and increase profits. Here are some examples.

EFI Connects with Users

In January, 1,300 people gathered in Las Vegas for EFI Connect, one of the largest users’ group events in the printing industry.

Finishing in a Digital World

Several printers gauge their approach to finishing in a toner and inkjet digital cutsheet printing environment.

In-plants’ Paper Buying Strategies

Our recent survey of in-plants about their paper-buying habits drew 127 responses. Cover paper is still the most popular paper purchased, with bond and colored paper right behind. Synthetic, security and laser paper purchases have gone up noticeably since our 2014 survey, while recycled paper has dropped in popularity.  Study the charts below to learn…

Moving a Massive In-plant

When The University of Texas at Austin’s medical building needed to expand, it led to the movement of the print and mail operation.

New In-plant Helps Liberty University Thrive

Liberty University started up a new in-plant one year ago, bringing cost savings, brand control and fast turnaround to the university.

Success at Every Size

UAB’s Printing and Mailing Services needed to move to a smaller location, necessitating changes in workflow, equipment and warehousing.

The Wide-format Renaissance

Traditional wide-format production has slowed to about 2 percent CAGR thru 2019, but the production

Tim Hendrix: Head of State Printing

With a background in photography, Tim Hendrix has brought his eye for detail to Oregon’s state printing operation.