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- Printing United 2019
- 12 November 2019
Four in-plant print center leaders in energy, K-12, higher education, and government discuss how they are growing their operations in a changing market. Hear how they are growing for the future, ensuring their future, demonstrating value, and their advice to other in-plants about how to grow through change.
- Print 2017 (IPMA Luncheon)
- 07 November 2017
Four in-plant managers in healthcare, higher education, government and public transportation share their experiences offering new services, and discuss their new initiatives and how they prioritize them in their shop.
- IPMA Conference 2017
- 09 June 2017
Four top in-plant print centers in Higher Education, Healthcare and Government share 40+ ideas and experiences that have enabled these in-plant panelists to keep their in-plants strong. Four topic areas include: customer service, future stating, employee engagement and relevancy.
- IPMA Conference 2016
- 01 September 2016
Technology Track Session from IPMA 2016. Presenters focus on the importance of a strategic relationship with IT Departments. Topics of discussion include: business practices that have ensured a Strategic Partnership, identifying common goals, the process of engagement and communication.
- IPMA Conference 2016
- 28 July 2016
A leading government in-plant shares the discoveries made during their technological advancement journey in this session at IPMA. Topics include: rules of engagement for implementing new or upgraded technology, available solutions and the proper paths to follow, IT security and simple solutions that should be incorporated in any In-Plant operation.
- 07 April 2016
In this eBook compilation of a five-article series about key in-plant issues, learn how 9 leading in-plants in government, higher ed, financial services, healthcare, professional services, and non-profit are solving each of these top 5 issues they face today, including: combating outsourcing; reducing costs and increasing efficiencies; relevancy; growth and adding services.
- White Paper
- 09 March 2016
Learn how 13 in-plants from all verticals use workflow software to reduce costs and increase efficiency. According to InfoTrends research*, over 81% of in-plants rate reducing production costs and increasing efficiencies as their top business direction in the next five years. Adopting and utilizing workflow software is a key way corporate and in-house printers can meet this need. * "U.S. Production Software Investment Outlook" (InfoTrends, 2015).
- Graph Expo 2015
- 22 October 2015
The State of Oregon shares experience, tips and insights about software technology for corporate and in-house print centers to ensure that they select, implement, and best maintain technology and avoid common pitfalls. Learn considerations, types of technology, determining the "right fit", Web to print, and more.
- IPMA Conference 2015
- 01 July 2015
Watch 4 top in-plant leaders in higher education, government, and insurance share their creative, "colorful" ideas in 4 topics. Topics discussed include: new services, adapting existing resources, working in new ways, increasing awareness, and in-plant successes.
- Blog Post
- Mike Gatti
- 22 March 2015
Data In-Plants Need to Gather, Track & Use to Effectively Communicate Value Guest Blogger: Michal Gatti, Manager, Fairfax County Government Print Services A few months ago, I delivered a presentation at a conference called "Building an ROI and Selling Your Vision to Upper Management." In the session, I offered detailed tips about what data in-plants
- Graph Expo 2014
- 29 October 2014
Watch as top US in-plant print centers in Government, Banking and Professional Services share their war stories, and discuss ten high impact topics including hardware, marketing, managed services, and their advice for other in-plants.
- IPMA Conference 2013
- 11 June 2013
Learn how government print center, Ventura County GSA Document Services, evolves from a traditional in-plant based on large print volume to one focused on BPM and document management services.