Tagged: printing industry

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?

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On 23 and 24 March 2023, the Online Print Symposium (OPS) will celebrate a milestone birthday: for the 10th time, the OPS will take place in Munich and attract industry giants and newcomers alike to the Science Congress Center Munich. Renowned speakers will talk about Mass Customization, Digital Commerce, Digital Transformation, Web-to-Print and Crisis Management, among other topics.

Daten-Wertschöpfungskette: Data Value Chain
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In many print shops, financial accounting and the ERP system provide the data needed to manage a company. In many cases, the printing industry has standard reports for the key performance indicators (KPI). If you want to go beyond that and create additional value from the data, then you need experts in data visualization and analysis.

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Who would go into the jungle without a guide or try to climb a mountain without any experience? Why do people do in the digital world what they would not do in real life? Those who go without confidants and without security can only fail, whether in real or virtual life! In the printing industry, this affects large and small companies. Let’s take a look at the situation and give you a framework for the solution approach to more security.

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Is packaging a business segment for all companies in the printing industry? Certainly, it is a business area with a compelling physical end product and great potential, as was demonstrated with impressive figures at Packaging Congress 2021. However, the print shop has to get involved in the supply chain and deal with the megatrend of sustainability in the process.

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In March 2020, with the onset of the pandemic in Germany, Apenberg & Partner had predicted an increased number of insolvencies for 2020 compared to 2019. In 2019, 91 insolvencies were recorded in the print and media industry; for 2020, 118 insolvencies were expected, but only 84 were actually filed. Now 104 insolvencies are expected for 2021.

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The Bundestag elections mark the end of the Merkel era, and a new government is getting underway in Berlin – possibly with a digital ministry at the federal level. Even though there was hardly any talk of it in the first TV coverage, all parties are discussing the idea, and the business community is clearly in favour of a digital ministry. It would suit the printing industry as long as the bureaucracy is kept in check.

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What a first half of the year! We started off at full speed and successfully completed the 8th Online Print Symposium. We never thought that it would remain perhaps the only major industry event this year. This made the decision of everyone who had decided to participate all the more fortunate. Trend-setting presentations and inspiring conversations in between are really worth their weight in gold for the participants of today.