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CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List: November 18, 2011

This week there is a lot going on in the industry. News has been hitting the wire and the web around the USPS and their loss announcement, a new industry forecast shows digital print growth and we ponder how to make a message that registers. As a bonus we are also including another update from the AFP Consortium on Orphan Application avoidance. The holidays may be around the corner, but business is still charging ahead in the industry.


With year-end around the corner, how does your forecast look for 2012; and will your message register…

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CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List: November 11, 2011

Today is 11-11-11, which has to be lucky and is a nice way to kick off the weekend; after all it will only happen once in our lifetime. The industry has been busy this week and our people here at CrawfordTech have chosen some good articles for your reading pleasure. In the news includes the AFP Consortium and a killer benefit, Royal Mail shuts down a section of its business, questions about Social Media and its importance and insight into mobile barcodes and how they should be graded.


This week we ponder whether your mobile campaign makes the grade…

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CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List: November 4, 2011

It is hard to believe that we are only a couple weeks from the next set of holidays. With U.S. Thanksgiving coming up at the end of the month and then the holiday season in December right around the corner it is a time of year where companies start to close out for the end of the year and look to the future. This is reflected in the news with the reports that the USPS is far from dead, the question is posed on whose voice you are hearing from companies, the inflation spike and the reaction from the printers and GRAPH EXPO 2012 sets their sights on growth.


Is growth the message for the coming year? Read on to see the where the news falls this week…

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