The newly released “Production Inkjet Printing: Consideration, Deployment and End Results” study surveyed more than 700 U.S. commercial, publication, direct mail, transaction and in-plant printers to identify how they research, purchase and deploy continuous-feed and cut-sheet production inkjet technology. The survey also asked these printing industry companies about the challenges and rewards they have experienced as a result of the technology, how clients have accepted it and, if the respondents have not invested in production inkjet technology, why not.

A few key takeaways include:

  • Overall satisfaction of high-speed inkjet press owners was clear, with more than 85% of printers reporting they were Satisfied or Very Satisfied.
  • Respondents’ experiences in deploying inkjet, across all segments, were cited as Expected, Easier, or Much Easier Than Expected 80% of the time.
  • Approximately 33% of printers’ customers either embraced production inkjet output immediately, were indifferent, or did not notice a change.

You can read more about these findings on production inkjet printing technology adoption and deployment, complete with graphs, percentage responses, and additional research analysis and commentary, in the complete study.

This free special report was commissioned by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) – a non-profit worldwide association for the imaging community that provides imaging professionals with the know-how, advice and knowledge they need to succeed – and was conducted in partnership with SGIA by NAPCO Research, a division of NAPCO Media (NAPCO Media is the parent company of Printing Impressions, In-plant Graphics and packagePRINTING).