Color Vision Deficiencies

In Article, Knowledge Base, Print Quality Analysis, Topic by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Knowing he color capabilities of your inkjet device is very important, but understanding the color capabilities of your press crew is critical. Visually tweaking or modifying color on press is never an efficient or repeatable way to run production. Making your staff aware of their potential vision deficiencies will help catch color, as well as print quality issues, before they get to your customer. Here are some things you should know.

“What’s your Why – Your Road to Production Inkjet” Event Explored Production Inkjet Opportunities

In Article, Inkjet Economics/TCO, Knowledge Base by Elizabeth Gooding0 Comments

This week Elizabeth Gooding was the keynote speaker and panel moderator at a thought leadership workshop hosted by Xerox at its Gil Hatch Center for Customer Innovation. Xerox assembled a group of print operation executives from transactional, book, inplant, and commercial printing to explore production inkjet opportunities.

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EFI Inkjet Innovation in New Hampshire

In Article, Industry Issues, Inkjet News, Knowledge Base, Labels, Packaging – Flexible, Packaging – Folding Carton, Topic by Elizabeth Gooding0 Comments

This week I had the opportunity to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new 225,000 square foot EFI innovation center in Londonderry New Hampshire. In his opening remarks Guy Gecht, CEO of EFI said “the future of packaging is inkjet printing” and based on EFI’s massive investment in this very impressive facility, they are ready to meet demand.

The #1 Question When Selling Inkjet

In Article, Knowledge Base, Sales & Marketing by Elizabeth Gooding0 Comments

Investing in a production inkjet solution is both a major expenditure and the beginning of major changes for the organization. Most companies invest because they believe that new hardware and software will help them to make money – either by doing more for the customers they have or by attracting new customers.