Monthly Archives: September 2012

W2P, PSPs and the Enterprise

W2P is a technology that has only been around for about 10 – 15 years. I consider it a tweener.  W2P offerings are all over the place.  (A google search of “web to print” returns about 6,220,000 results.)  Most have … Continue reading

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W2P Advice to PSPs: Part 4 – The Horse, the Cart & The Rider

Your business is shrinking.  Look anywhere and the writing is on the wall.  Your sales staff cannot forecast into next week, let alone the rest of the quarter.  Print is fickle and print buyers are even more fickle. You’ve been … Continue reading

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W2P Advice to PSPs: Part 3 – Your Personal PSP Evaluation

So you’re in the same pickle as every other regional PSP that has worked hard to build value-add only to see your once loyal clients put major jobs out to bid.  Your estimating workload has now doubled just to maintain … Continue reading

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W2P Advice to PSPs: Part 2 – Employee Evaluation

PSPs are not in the business of due diligence or evaluations.  Most are small to middle regional players who are being forced into technologies to retain their client base.  This makes them vulnerable to the slick willy salespeople who frequent … Continue reading

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