Production Inkjet: A Smart Choice for Higher-Education In-plants

Date: On-demand
Time: At your leisure
Duration & Cost: 60 Minutes & FREE

Lisa Cross
Principal Analyst
NAPCO Research
Bob Neubauer
Editor in Chief
In-plant Impressions
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In-house printing operations in higher education institutions have a long history of pursuing technology to improve operating performance and communication effectiveness. One digital printing technology that offers college and university in-plants new opportunities to serve their organizational client bases is sheetfed production color inkjet.

While the first high-speed production inkjet presses were roll-fed systems, the introduction of sheetfed inkjet presses is expanding opportunity for in-plants by offering affordable color printing, attractive running costs, smaller footprints, substrate flexibility, and enhanced productivity.

In addition, the quality offered by sheetfed inkjet presses combined with the power of personalization make it a smart choice for higher-ed in-plants tasked with producing eye-catching and engaging print campaigns to recruit students, solicit donations, and support alumni relations.

The webinar will cover:

  • Ways in-plants serving higher education institutions are benefiting from production inkjet presses
  • How investing in production inkjet offers higher-ed in-plants the opportunity to bring in new business and produce more work
  • Why this in-plant segment is a prime candidate for sheetfed inkjet
  • Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.

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