Canon Solutions America recognized the need to provide a security awareness resource geared toward helping customers mitigate risk. The Barracuda PhishLine offering is designed to help customers guard against social-engineering threats through continuous simulation and training for employees.
When the Bureau of Labor Statistics called the printing industry "too small to be tracked" it brought some furious reactions from printers. But indignation aside, what real impact does this decision by a government agency have on printers?
The show floor for the debut edition of PRINTING United is now 90% sold, according to event partners NAPCO Media and the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA). The floor features more than 500 companies spanning all segments of the print industry.
Seeking a new perspective when crafting its business plan, Oregon State University Printing and Mailing Services sought out its past directors to learn what had worked for them and what ideas they had for the in-plant’s future.
“PRINTING United will integrate well with our overall marketing goals," Lance Martin, VP national accounts, said. "Our plan centers around NAPCO, who has been a great partner to MBO America in the last few years, giving us a fantastic return on our marketing dollar."
To get a better understanding of the mailing services in-plants provide, how mail and package volumes are changing and which mailing technologies in-plants are installing, we surveyed our readers and are in the midst of writing a research report. Here are some of our initial findings.
For palamides USA, exhibiting at PRINTING United will give the company the perfect platform to showcase important additions to the company’s product line, including information about its latest model delivery, gamma 502.
To build a successful working relationship with your Millennial and Gen Z employees, it’s important to be clear in your directions. Otherwise there is too much room for interpretation.
The study provides a key roadmap of the market verticals where printers should — and should not be — directing their sales efforts.
The fact that the print industry’s legislative priorities are relatively low-key doesn’t make them any less urgent to pursue.
While not a comprehensive list, here is a look at some important things in-plants should be aware of — and ensure compliance with — as they assess their operations to prepare for another prosperous year.
At a recent press briefing, Xeikon highlighted an in-plant success story by bringing in representatives from Carlson Laboratories, a producer of nutritional supplements, which brought label printing in-house when it installed a Xeikon 5000plus duplex system.
Despite coming off off of another strong year, success is not certain for printers in 2019, writes Michael Makin, president and CEO of Printing Industries of America, in a new blog. He lists three opportunities and challenges that printers should keep in mind in the year ahead.