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    If you did not get the opportunity to be part of the Ricoh webinar on wide format you may access the video in the library in the "Members Only Content" located under the Member Resources tab.
  • The Future of the In-Plant

    IPMA is proud to provide our membership with a 1-hour webinar looking toward the future of in-plants. Greg Cholmondeley, author of the study presented by IPMA and sponsored by Canon, presented the findings of the directions and plans of in-plants over the next five years. He was joined by John Sarantakos, from the University of Oklahoma and Kris Tanner from Schneider Electric, who shared their perspectives as well. Attendees came away with a good idea of what in-plants across the country see as the major upcoming changes, the challenges they’ll need to overcome, and the actions they are taking to increase their success.  This webinar was held on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 1:30 PM Central time zone.  If you were unable to attend, are an IPMA member and would like to view the webinar CLICK HERE.

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  • Dear IPMA Members, Another year is coming to a close. At IPMA, we have much to celebrate as we look back on the events and accomplishments of 2017. We are celebrating 53 years of supporting in-plants and advocating for the in-plant business model. ...

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    Color cost

    All, Connecticut College has a copier fleet of 65 copiers. We are billing out at 5 cents bw and 9 cents for color 8.5 x 11 20# bond from our fleet. Internally, we step our pricing for color. We do not charge for labor. For a 2 page document, 50 prints, ...