What’s the Deal with Digital?
Other considerations that contribute to the final choice, they reported, include:
• Number of pages in the document
• Client specifications
• Overall quality sensitivity
• Cost of manufacturing.
The fact is, different operations have different cost structures, and different devices vary significantly in both their initial cost and the cost of operation. (The event archive, which offers a PDF of the visual presentation, as well as an MP3 of the audio portion, can be accessed by visiting www.whattheythink.com.)
As Doehler concluded, “The big buzz word here is not digital, but workflow. Digital is not the end-all and be-all, but it has a real substantial place in that overall space of providing a single-source solution, and providing a solution that best fits the problem.” PPR
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