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The way print is used and produced is changing. Transformative technologies have arrived. Economies have shifted. Customers are demanding more added value. Discover the ten key trends that will shape the printing industry in 2014, and how you can harness them to thrive and succeed.
Clearly, e-books are here to stay so today's publishers need partners with technology and service offerings that will help content move seamlessly between traditional book printing, on demand digital printing, and electronic distribution. It's time to rethink your strategy. Download the White Paper.
As the book publishing industry continues to evolve with new technologies and tools, it's critical to filter core trends from the noise to establish the right path for your business. Canon Solutions America invites you to read what the experts at InfoTrends see as the top ten trends you should consider in this free downloadable white paper.
Clearly, e-books are here to stay so today's publishers need partners with technology and service offerings that will help content move seamlessly between traditional book printing, on-demand digital printing, and electronic distribution. It's time to rethink your strategy. Download the White Paper.
The increased interest in utilizing personalized, multichannel communication and production workflow solutions, as well as the need to improve workflow efficiencies, will drive the global print production market to grow in the next five years. Market research and consulting firm InfoTrends’ latest print production workflow market report predicts that the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the print production software market will be 7.9 percent between 2010 and 2015.
The Print Council has announced that the Unisource Worldwide Matching Challenge Grant has resulted in $100,000 of new financial support from the industry
InterACT! Conference scheduled for August 2010
BOULDER, CO – InfoPrint Solutions Company, a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh, announced in December 2007 the appointment of Joe Czyszczewski as its first Chief Sustainability Officer, responsible for helping customers, partners, and InfoPrint enhance their business transformation while keeping environmental concerns front of mind. This is supported by parent Ricoh’s vision to reduce the environmental impact of society to a level that the Earth’s self-recovery capability can deal with. Czyszczewski and a newly formed team will accelerate InfoPrint’s sustainability initiatives with Ricoh’s environmental accounting programs and concepts. These include the Comet Circle used to represent a sustainable society that re-circulates resources and