The objective of a new campaign we are starting is to work with and educate our customers on some fairly new tools that will speed up the print process, make it more accurate and less expensive.
One of my goals has always been to become a better writer, and this seemed like a good place to get started. I think that Throughput has turned into a major economic driver for us.
Since Web-to-Print is a rather generic term, I'm going to talk about what it means in our world.
Recently, we engaged with Aileron to make a strategic plan for the future of Oregon
It was not long ago that ordering larger quantities of most printed material was the best way to bring the per unit cost down on most print runs. It worked like this: most of the cost was in the set-up,…
When you look a little closer it's more than just producing quick printing, it's a lot of things that have to happen just right to get a print job transferred, produced, delivered, and everything be right.
Its time to talk about using the right software to create printed documents, so lets look at the landscape of the most common printing software (good & bad)
The challenge for us as a team (client + Oregon) is to figure out how to give our customer a simple way to order their products, see the cost as they order (and the cost needs to be as low as possible), and spend as little time as possible with this task.
Over the years, we've seen a lot of Business Identity Systems come through the door....So what makes a good value in an identity system?
I read an article the other day entitled "Are you ready for the Post-Recession printing industry?" and it made me think about what's down the road.