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Chuck Werninger is Senior Manager of IT Administrative Services at Houston Independent School District. You might be familiar with Chuck as he was a speaker on the "Investing in Inkjet" panel at this year's Inkjet 101 — or perhaps you know him from his active contribution to several other industry publications and events. It’s safe to say that wherever people are talking about the future of print, Chuck is sure to be part of the conversation.

Blog Entry
December 18, 2018

Click-click-click… that’s the sound of the increasing amount of e-commerce activity in the printing industry (especially during the holidays). Today’s consumers love having the ability to customize, and even personalize, printed products online whenever and wherever they choose. Thanks to the proliferation of digital printing technologies, the number of products within consumers’ reach is simply remarkable. Everything from personalized clothing to home décor and photo products can be customized and ordered online. In industry lingo, this is a trend toward mass customization.

Blog Entry
November 29, 2018
  • Maximize your thINK membership
  • Fourth annual thINK conference exceeds expectations
  • Announcing the thINK 2018 Inkjet Innovation Award winners
  • Moore DM Group EVP Dave Johannes's observations of thINK 2018 and the future of inkjet printing
Newsletter
November 27, 2018

Are your sales and marketing teams working with synergy, or in silos? The most successful organizations I’ve worked with all recognize one simple truth: sales and marketing share the same general goals and are better off working together.

Blog Entry
November 26, 2018

At the start of November, 2018, Senator Ron Wyden (Democrat from Oregon) proposed a bill that is designed to amend the powers of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), giving the agency the power to investigate and prosecute companies that collect and use personal data from their consumers. Known as the Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA), this bill is clearly influenced by the EU’s recent activation of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).

Blog Entry
November 16, 2018