When a university realizes its in-plant is sitting on prime real estate, that news often leads to a few restless nights for the manager of that shop. That's what happened at Indiana University, when the city of Bloomington decided to develop a technology park on the west side of town, in an area where IU Document Services had been situated for 41 years.
Printers need to know how they can best serve the evolving needs of their clients, and the first step is becoming thoroughly immersed in the latest tools available. With knowledge comes confidence, which makes the printer a more effective shopper.
Want to be a more effective leader? Understanding and properly applying the Theory X/Y leadership model will help.
There have been some major changes at In-plant Graphics lately. No, I don't mean my new picture, which I'm sure has shocked those of you who assumed I hadn't aged in the past 10 years. The big news is that long-time IPG Publisher Glen Reynolds has decided to start his own business in a new industry; so beginning this month IPG has a new publisher: Mike Hempstead.
Charlotte Holden was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child, but she has never let the learning disability hold her back. Rather, she has developed and capitalized on numerous learning abilities to achieve personal fulfillment and professional success.
In-plants are involved in nearly every aspect of a document's life cycle, from design through
Don't tell the Blue Valley School District of Overland Park, Kan., that the digital age is cutting into the need for hard copy documents. Its Printing Services operation has been humming away all summer, delivering on as many as 40,000 job orders to satisfy about 3,100 teachers at 35 schools.
Fujifilm will show the J Press 720 inkjet press. Heidelberg will present Prinect Digital Workflow Integration. New features for the Kodak NexPress platform will be shown.