Production Inkjet Passes the Test for In-plants in Education

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

Nathan Thole
Director, Printing Services
Iowa State University
Alvin Griffin
Director, Graphic Production Center
Charlotte - Mecklenburg Schools
Bob Neubauer
Editor in Chief
In-plant Impressions
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For in-plants in the education sector, the ability to add color to documents to enhance learning – without adding cost – is essential. That’s why many K-12 and university in-plants are turning to production inkjet printing. Not only is this technology improving their value to the parent organization by cutting costs, it is allowing them to bring in new work to replace decreasing volumes. Inkjet lets them better leverage variable data printing for recruitment mailings and personalized educational materials. What’s more, inkjet presses can replace multiple toner devices and are easier to operate than older print equipment.

In this webinar, two successful inkjet users at school district and university in-plants will share their reasons for getting an inkjet press and the benefits this technology has brought to their schools.

You will learn:

  • How inkjet has enabled new business opportunities and strengthened their operations.
  • How adding full-color printing to documents at monochrome costs increases their value.
  • How inkjet enables 1:1 personalized printed communication.
  • How the latest inkjet presses allow the use of multiple stocks in a single print run.
  • How replacing multiple toner devices with one inkjet press is not as risky as it seems.
  • Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.

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