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  • Don’t Leave Money on The Table: 3 Reasons to Invest in Digital Print

    By not investing in digital print, you’re affecting your bottom line.

    , Marketing Specialist

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    Today’s customers are looking for fast, cost-effective, easy-to-order services. And in 2020, these targets are achievable for your business by utilizing digital print technology and workflow automation software.  As discussed in our last article, Judge a Book by Its Cover, the landscape in which today’s professional print businesses operate has transformed.  Digital print is not a replacement for your traditional offset printing capabilities. It’s an enhancement to your printing portfolio and product offerings. And invites a new stream of clients and revenue to your business. It’s like asking a woman to choose between a heel and a sneaker for a hike. Both shoes serve their purpose in the proper context. As do both printers. Digital print is designed to fill the gap that exists in the marketplace. Offset printing is great for large runs, such as newspaper printing. SMBs usually don’t have that need. By not investing in digital print, you are excluding potential clients who are looking for fast, budget-friendly printed materials. (more…)

    Production Print, Workflow and Automation

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    On June 15th, 1993, the Portable Document Format (or PDF) was born. PDF was created by Adobe® to be a standard document format which would allow for the exchange of documents across different systems (i.e., Windows, Mac, Linux, etc). The PDF file format allowed for any end-user to read/view a document, regardless of their system and irrespective of the native application that created it. (more…)

    Content Management, Digital Transformation, Workflow and Automation, Workplace of the Future

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