Propelling Your Print Operation Forward in an Everchanging Competitive Environment

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Duration & Cost: 60 minutes & Free

Robert Barbera
Director, Production Solutions Marketing
Canon U.S.A.
Andy Paparozzi
Chief Economist
PRINTING United Alliance
Lisa Cross
Principal Analyst
NAPCO Research
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Making the right moves and investments to meet customer needs and support sustained growth has never been more important to commercial printers’ and in-plants’ success.

Looking to help print operations navigate today’s competitive environment and beyond, NAPCO Research surveyed commercial printers, in-house printing operations, and communication buyers. The study, sponsored by Canon U.S.A., combines the survey data, PRINTING United economic research, and market observations to deliver insights on the strategies and actions yielding the best results in an everchanging market.

This webinar will present the study’s findings, provide an overview of today’s competitive environment, and examine how printing operations are adapting to changing conditions, enhancing customer value, and strengthening customer relationships.

This webinar will focus on:

  • The challenges and factors pressuring printers’ profitability, indicators to watch, and actions to take
  • How buyers value print and select providers
  • Actions print providers are taking to improve operations, customer engagement, and service offerings
  • Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.

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