17 July 2019
Kodak Report Tomorrow's Print Shop Today
ROCHESTER, NY—
 

1) Commercial printers will need to operate a variety of print platforms in-house to meet an increasing range of client demands. Shops that fail to diversify will limit their value proposition – and growth opportunities.
2)Advances in process colour technology will enable commercial printers to reduce their reliance on spot colors. Commercial printers that invest in this technology  will enjoy a distinct competitive advantage over those that remain on the sidelines.
   
 

3) Consumers will increasingly look for recycled logos and other markings on printed materials that indicate a brand’s commitment to the environment. 
4)It is only a matter of time privacy laws regarding the handling of consumer data are dramatically impacting industries, including commercial printing. Commercial printers need to understand and comply with all data security regulations in order to remain viable in the future.
5) Having the right certifications will become increasingly important to print buyers. Lagging behind in this area may cost commercial printers jobsand clients.
6) Workflow automation solutions will make it faster, easier and more transparent for print buyers to do business with commercial printers. Shops that embrace a best-in-class, breakthrough workflow automation solution will reap the benefits for years to come.
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