Does this statement sound like the “stuff dreams are made of”? If you’re shaking your head, consider that InfoTrends reports that not only did production color digital printing of books in the United States account for about 16.7 billion1 impressions in 2013, InfoTrends also expects this figure to grow to 52.3 billion1 impressions in 2018.
But to realize the opportunity, you may consider exploring the latest high-speed, on-demand, variable color inkjet technology. Then, you can fill publishing jobs that require high quality, high speed and affordable prices — jobs that include:
Additionally, consider how the following trends across publishing are further driving growth:
Workflow automation. It’s one thing to manage one order involving one digital file and a thousand copies of a book. It’s another thing entirely to manage 100 files and orders of varying run lengths — one, twenty or 500 copies. Comprehensive workflow solutions automate every step, from order receipt through shipping.