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Production inkjet printing has provided numerous benefits, including fast turnaround times, lower equipment operating costs compared to toner-based devices and greater flexibility than traditional equipment. A new study commissioned by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) and conducted by NAPCO Research, surveyed more than 700 commercial and in-plant printers to identify how they research, purchase and deploy production inkjet equipment.

On Jan. 16, Printing Impressions Editor Mark Michelson and In-plant Graphics Editor Bob Neubauer will participate in a webinar to discuss the results of this study. This webinar will answer the following questions:

  • How are commercial and in-plant printers navigating the end-to-end process of considering, evaluating, purchasing, and operating a production inkjet press?
  • How has the adoption of production inkjet equipment impacted internal processes, product and application development, workflow, training, sales, ROI, etc.?
  • What challenges have commercial and in-plant printers faced in adopting and deploying production inkjet technology?
  • What benefits have commercial and in-plant printers realized from the adoption of production inkjet?

Attendees of this webinar will gain an understanding of how their commercial and in-plant colleagues are adopting production inkjet technology, the challenges they face in doing so, how they overcome the challenges, and the benefits they achieve in adopting the equipment. Register here.

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