Variable Printing

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How Wildeck saves money with print on demand

By Heritage Printing / April 5, 2019

Offset printing usually requires a minimum run to be cost-effective. This often results in manufacturers having far more literature than they need, and higher printing costs than they would prefer. Until recently, this was the case for Wildeck, the largest U.S. manufacturer of lifting, guarding and high access solutions for material handling and storage systems.…

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Don’t overlook the impact of variable data printing

By Heritage Printing / March 1, 2019

If you’re not doing variable data printing, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to command the attention of your customers and prospects. Personalized marketing can drive a significant improvement in your revenue, brand loyalty, and customer acquisition and retention. With more messages fighting for your ideal customer’s limited attention, targeting the right message to…

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Taking Direct Mail Personalization To New Heights

By Robert Wendt / October 24, 2017

Designing a direct mail piece and sending it to your entire mail list will never be as effective as personalizing your message to each of your segment’s needs. If you’re not segmenting your customer lists in your direct mail programs, you should be. Doing so enables you to mail different versions of your direct mail…

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A Variable Data Printing Story – IFS

By Robert Wendt / May 5, 2011

IFS is a public company founded in 1983 that develops, supplies, and implements IFS Applications™, a component-based extended Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) suite built on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) technology. And even if you don’t understand what IFS does, it’s easy to see that they are invested in working on direct mail pieces that work best for…

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Using personalization to deliver your brand’s message

By Robert Wendt / February 3, 2011

Every company has a brand. Your brand is simply what your customers think about you and how they spread that brand to others through word of mouth. Maybe you think you don’t have a brand. If so, that isn’t likely. Invisibility is a brand, too — and it’s one you want to change. Creating a…

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