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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2006-04)
    When the data from a recent Printing Industry Center study on fulfillment trends in the printing industry indicated that e-commerce, not fulfillment, was perceived to be the primary value-added service currently being ...
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2005-09)
    The eReview is a monthly publication of the Printing Industry Center at RIT for registered Affiliate companies. Articles are also published in the quarterly printed publication PrintReview.
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2007-07)
    Printers and their suppliers are keenly interested in how globalization and offshoring are impacting their industry. This month’s research monograph, “Printing Industry Offshoring: Perspectives from U.S. Based Printers” ...
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2005-03)
    As printers come to grips with the market effects of overcapacity, consolidation, shorter runs, and squeezed margins, many are surprised to discover that a technology revolution has been quietly building strength in the ...
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2008-06)
    This month’s research monograph, a survey-based study entitled A Survey of Digital Press Manufacturers: Critical Paper Characteristics (PICRM-2008-03), is authored by Howard Vogl, Visiting Professor at RIT’s School of ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2004-06)
    The acquisition of new printing technology in the absence of a disciplined approach to process analysis and sound strategic planning can sometimes lead in the wrong direction—to increased costs and eventual failure. ...
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2007-11)
    This month’s eReview is based on Emerging Global Print Markets: A Five-Country Comparative Study (PICRM-2006-06), by RIT Professors Stan Widrick and Frank Cost. This monograph focuses on the current state and near-term ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2004-04)
    Although printing is one of the most documented industries in the United States, the dozen or so major sources of information about the printing industry each arrives at a different view for the size and scope of the ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2004-09)
    The initial assumptions of the research report, “The Role of Value-Added Services in Successful Digital Printing” (PICRM- 2003-02), were based on exploratory research conducted by the Printing Industry Center at RIT in ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2006-07)
    Last month’s eReview explained that the chemical composition, spatial distribution of components, and thickness uniformity are more critical of papers used in digital printing than those used in other printing processes. ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2004-03)
    Today’s media buyers are faced with a vast number of options for delivering the advertising message, including print, broadcast media, e-mail, PDAs, electronic billboards, blimps, cell phones and even gas station pumps. ...
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2005-06)
    In the previous column we looked at the features of data asset management (DAM) systems, and discussed how they can solve data storage and retrieval problems in printing businesses. Here we review four case studies—two ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2005-05)
    Data asset management (DAM) is one of the value-added services that many printers provide today. In this, the first of a two-part summary of the Printing Industry Center research report “Digital Asset Management—A Closer ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2006-11)
    By the late 20th century, books, magazines, newspapers and the occasional special print order made by individual consumers constituted only a fraction of the output of the U.S. printing industry. Whenever we read the ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2008-03)
    The purpose of this month’s research monograph, A Survey of Digital and Offset Print Quality Issues (PICRM-2006-04), by Robert Chung, RIT School of Print Media professor, and graduate student Matthew Rees, is to compare ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2007-08)
    Although technology within the printing industry has improved dramatically, its implementation usually delivers localized improvements with only marginal effects on the whole system. In order to help printers increase ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2005-07)
    Outsourcing has become a standard practice across every industry sector. Companies are outsourcing business functions like human resources, customer service, logistics, and administration, including document processing. ...
  • Ereview 
    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Science, 2006-03)
    Traditionally, printers have not regarded physical print distribution as a profit center. However, this trend is changing, as shown in the RIT Printing Industry Center’s research monograph Media Distribution in the ...
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, 2010-07)
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    Print Industry Center (RIT: College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, 2010-01)

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