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How a Graphic Communication OEM Is Also in the Communication Business

By Harvey R. Levenson, Ph. D., Professor Emeritus, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California

Typically, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) provide equipment installations and technical support as their sole services to customers. In the graphic communication industry, the customer base includes printers, publishers, packaging companies, and related service providers, as well as content creators such as advertising agencies, design studios, and companies that produce products and create content for their own in-plant printing facilities. Examples of the latter are insurance companies, utilities, healthcare providers, food manufacturers, government agencies, and schools, to name just a few.


How a Graphic Communication OEM Is Also in the Communication Business

By Harvey R. Levenson, Ph. D., Professor Emeritus, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California

Typically, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) provide equipment installations and technical support as their sole services to customers. In the graphic communication industry, the customer base includes printers, publishers, packaging companies, and related service providers, as well as content creators such as advertising agencies, design studios, and companies that produce products and create content for their own in-plant printing facilities. Examples of the latter are insurance companies, utilities, healthcare providers, food manufacturers, government agencies, and schools, to name just a few.

RICOH EUROPE SHARES BENEFITS OF "MOBILE FIRST" STRATEGY

It may seem counter-intuitive for printing companies to be concerned about a mobile-first strategy. Not so, according to a brand new white paper sponsored by Ricoh Europe. Making the Most of Mobile: What a 'Mobile-First' Strategy Means for Your Business is available for free download here

NEW WHITE PAPER: LANDA DIGITAL PRINTING REDEFINES PRESS OPERATOR USER EXPERIENCE (UX)

Landa has released a new white paper, "The Landa UX: Revolutionizing the Press Operator User Experience for Breakthrough Productivity", that explains why user experience (UX) has become such an important consideration for many industries—including print. The paper explores how Landa has incorporated the latest 21st century UX design and touchscreen technology into its Landa S10 Nanographic Printing® Presses in order to meet the needs of the market and deliver unparalleled press operator efficiencies and productivity .

Extending MGI's Market Impact: Introducing the Meteor DP8700 XL

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On June 6th, MGI announced a new member of the Meteor family, the Meteor DP8700 XL. Capable of speeds of 71 A4/letter pages per minute and supporting up to a 13" x 40" format as a standard feature1, the Meteor DP8700 XL joins a product family that includes existing 35- and 65 ppm members.

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