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FREE: Monday In Atlanta at Xplor print solutions Paper Gift by Noel Ward, Executive Editor June 16, 2003 -- I'm told that in written Chinese a similar character is employed for both change and opportunity. This certainly says something about the way the entire world's largest market approaches business and is often a lesson to which companies all over the world should remember, regardless with the vagaries with the economy. While changing business and economic conditions may limit the options, the point would be to try to find places where your organization can conform to markets and technologies. I just went back through the annual conference in the Imaging Network Group, a major international affiliation of service bureaus and direct mailers. Most have been printing and mailing bills, statements and direct mail for a couple of decades. Others are direct mail mavens who produce third-class opportunities for customers which range from banks to casinos to commercial roofers. These guys know how you can make data, in different format, do anything they want, understand the chapter and verse of mail regulations, and are intently centered on keeping their businesses continuing to move forward. But adjustments to printing technologies, customer needs and shifting markets put a lot of pressure on these companies. Being monochrome guys, one of the key challenges is digital color. At the identical time, commercial printers, like one I spoke with yesterday, are seeing customers arriving asking them to work with variable data and digital color. And they're really unclear what to do. To them, the educational curve of digital color isn't all that intimidating, (except maybe to the cost of climbing it and getting a reasonable ROI). But working together with databases, handling multiple datastreams, and also the minutia of postal regulations are daunting challenges. While some printers are adding finishing and mailing capabilities, they're only two legs from the stool. The third is color and monochrome offset printing (carried out-house or outsourced) as well as the fourth is variable data color printing. Successful print providers are coming to need each one of these legs. And being kind, you will find a couple of lots of stools out there with only 2 or 3 legs. Anyway, the gap involving the service bureau/direct mail guys along with a surprisingly large quantity of commercial printers is the place they see change. Most in the service bureau and direct mail guys begin to see the changes out there as opportunity. Too many of the commercial print guys still start to see the changes as a threat. Three in the past, there were several digital color presses one of the 25 roughly service bureau and direct mail firms inside the group. Now, it's over 60%, with an increase of planning to pull the trigger and several now having multiple machines. They see color since the next change inside a business that has been shifting steadily for 25 years. They're technically competent and find out the evolving market demand being a strategy to service their clients better and get a larger share of every customer's wallet. Too many commercial printers, in contrast, are frankly intimidated by digital color printing, especially if it involves variable data, and they are hesitant to go ahead and take plunge. And because they just don't see change as a possibility, some of which defintely won't be around a good deal longer. Also within the mix are print providers who're exclusively digital. They went out, bought digital technology and went searching for customers. Nervy early adopters who like the adrenaline rush of life on the edge, these guys thrive on opportunity and so are starting out take in the lunches of over a few commercial printers--while competing with direct mailers and several service bureaus. The point of this all is perfect for you to definitely contemplate how you see change. Is it a barrier, or worse, a justification? Or do you see it as being an chance to further evolve your organization and broaden what you do and exactly how you serve your customers. Your answer--as well as your actions--have an immediate effect of where you'll take five-years. Digital printing, while faraway from perfect, has stopped being a smoke and mirrors routine. It is often a real and dynamic a part of printing and will continue to switch and shape a for a long time. Whether you embrace it as being the opportunity will be your choice. ,FREE: NYU Event Brings Industry Leaders Together to Honor Barr, Mulcahy
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