Author: Judith Grajewski

Für viele in der Druckindustrie ist sie keine Unbekannte: Fast 14 Jahre lang war Judith Grajewski für das Fachmagazin Deutscher Drucker tätig; hat als Redakteurin vor allem über den Wachstumsmarkt Digitaldruck berichtet, als Online-Verantwortliche das Portal print.de und die Social-Media-Kanäle mit aufgebaut und sich als „Transaction Editor“ mit Content-Management- und Marketingstrategien beschäftigt. Nach einem kurzen Intermezzo als Chefredakteurin des Werbetechnik- und LFP-Fachportals Sign&Print beim schwedischen AGI-Verlag, bleibt die studierte Dipl.-Ing. für Medientechnik (FH) ihrer Leidenschaft für Print treu und widmet sich nun der Beratung und Projektbegleitung von Druckunternehmen auf ihrem Weg in eine digitalisierte Zukunft. Darüber hinaus gibt sie als Redaktionsleiterin von Beyond Print regelmäßig Einblick in relevante Themen des E-Business Print. (Profil bei Xing, LinkedIn)

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Anyone who believes that artificial intelligence will go away is sorely mistaken. AI has long been used in numerous applications – including in print production. The facets that need to be considered when using AI and where it has already changed processes were discussed on the second day of the OPS. There was also valuable input on the general question of how to survive in highly competitive markets – keyword: “all in”. Here is a short wrap-up.

Online Print Symposium 2024
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The 11th Online Print Symposium is entering its second day. But before the “AI-powered Print Revolution” picks up speed again at the Science Congress Center Munich, we would like to take a brief look back at yesterday’s event. In addition to the countless networking opportunities, OPS2024 had one thing in particular: trend-setting topics and exciting business ideas from renowned speakers and innovative start-ups.

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From megatrends, AI-based customer service and books that literally bring memories to life all the way to the potential of data products or intergalactic encounters with OPS partners: the first day of the Online Print Symposium provided the more than 280 participants with important impulses, new perspectives and plenty of reasons why the online print industry has great potential for exponential growth right now.

Tinderprinting
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From “Tinderprinting”, virtual service employees or tools that help with production planning: Artificial intelligence has also arrived in the online print industry. David Zwang from Whattheythink spoke to Bernd Zipper about the developments and products that are already available. Another interesting question was whether not all printers are actually also online printers.

Celebrate Company
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It has only been six weeks since Christoph Behn returned to the management board of Celebrate Company, and the company, which is primarily known for its Kartenmacherei brand, is already setting the course for further growth. With Dr. Henner Schwarz as Chief Operations Officer and Evamaria Wiest as Chief Financial Officer, the management board of the online print specialist has grown.

Data Act
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“Data Act”, the new EU regulation to “create uniform rules for fair access to and use of data” may sound unimpressive at first – but it has what it takes to “revolutionize the relationship between printing press manufacturers and printers”, says Dr. Martin Schirmbacher, specialist lawyer for IT law at Härting Rechtsanwälte. But what does he mean?

Onlineprinters: Sascha Krines
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The signs at Onlineprinters point to a new direction: the group of companies, which is one of the top 5 online print shops in Europe, has reorganized its management team. Sascha Krines is the new CEO, succeeding Roland Keppler, who will be leaving the company at his own request at the end of March after five years. Krines’ previous position as Chief Financial Officer will be taken over by Tobias Voglmann.

Packitoo
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When people talk about automation, they usually mean production itself. However, Esko, as a specialist in packaging software, is now going one step further with its latest cooperation. Through the recently announced technology partnership with the French start-up Packitoo, Esko is integrating its software into a tool that is primarily used in sales departments.

Cloudprinter
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Cloudprinter received seven million euros in seed capital in the summer of 2022. Since then, a lot has happened at the Dutch-Ukrainian developer and provider of the print API platform of the same name. Probably the most exciting news is the recently announced integration into Amazon’s seller platform, as well as the cooperation with the CI Hub Connector.

Amazon stellt seinen KI-basierten Chatbot Q vor
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After OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Microsoft’s Copilot and Google’s Bard, it was only a matter of time before Amazon followed suit. Now the company’s AWS division has unveiled its own AI-based chatbot, “Q”. The most important difference: it is not aimed at private individuals, but is designed to provide targeted support to corporate customers in IT and development, administration and project management. This could also benefit online print shops. 

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