I recently attended and spoke at the Xerox Forum, an event run in Berlin by Xerox Europe. I was speaking on a panel and was asked what I would recommend for printers to invest in within the next year. My answer was that I would recommend developing their Internet expertise in the area of web to print to make it easier for customers to work with them.
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By nick gawreluk on May 31, 2011
Great article Andy. I completely agree
By Yeaf Wang on Jun 02, 2011
Yes, the Web to Print will be more and more popular, especially for the small quantity and quick run.
How do you operate this usually?
I will be glad to have further discussions with you all.
Keep me posted on this.
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