Author: Redaktion

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Bernd Zipper is considered a visionary in the printing industry for good reason. He has been explaining and predicting many trends for years – such as in an interview with the marketing magazine, “Horizont”. Developments such as mass customization and automation are now indispensable in the print sector. Many are therefore worried that the industry could die out.

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“I think print is generally perceived as less sexy” – this image problem, summed up by Haeme Ulrich, is discussed by Ulrich and Bernd Zipper in the current episode of the Jabberfish podcast. According to Haeme Ulrich, the often invoked “print vs. online” dichotomy won’t last much longer: For the near future, he predicts rather a peaceful coexistence or even synergies.

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In a new study, the digital association Bitkom examines potential future scenarios for ERPs. Enterprise resource planning systems are considered in the context of relevant technologies in the “ERP Trend Check 2021” Whitepaper. Although ERPs were among the earliest successes of digitization, the printing industry still has some catching up to do in many places.

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Bernd Zipper sits in a room in an old factory building in Essen. Johannes Kautz and Philipp Hofmann from Abihome are joining the group of three. Bernd knows the two of them and their Abihome project but wants to know what is currently behind it and how the whole thing is developing.

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Our colleague Knud Wassermann asked Adrian Mayr, Head of Product Management & Corporate Marketing at Müller Martini, how the company is driving the digital transformation in print finishing and what further development priorities are envisaged.

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Print producer Marko Hanecke and author Laura-Linda Kloep have created a new crime genre: Print & Crime. With their first book they prove: The graphic arts industry is murderously exciting. And in conversation Marko Hanecke tops it off and claims that online print is deadly boring.

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At times, you might get the impression that it must have been incredibly savvy businessmen who invented the Internet. It’s as if they asked themselves: How can we conveniently reach as many people as possible on the planet, sell them products around the clock – and to make it all work perfectly, even make them totally transparent without them noticing?

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Due to the Corona pandemic, many employees have been placed in home offices, in some cases without any preparation or strategy. While some companies have used the time since March 2020 to put the initially provisional work from home on a professional and legally compliant footing, it seems that some other companies are having difficulties with the proper implementation.

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