Online Ordering Convenience from One Right Business Printing
May 24, 2006

Headquartered in Lewiston, Maine, One Right Business Printing upgraded its Web site with an award-winning online order system to better serve customers. The state-of-the-art e-commerce system provides greater control over ordering, including secure access 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Said Mark Hartnett, president,”Customers should be able to place orders when it’s convenient for them, not when it is convenient for us. Our new system was even awarded ‘Product of the Year’ by PrintImage International and was named ‘Best of Breed’ by Xerox.” Now, users can view and approve proofs of jobs immediately, attach files to job tickets, view previous jobs, place reorders

Esko Launches Scope 3 Packaging Software
April 1, 2006

Headquartered in Gent, Belgium, Esko—a leader in packaging pre-production solutions—introduced Scope 3, a new release of the company’s integrated software suite. Scope is the core of Esko’s solution to turn the entire packaging supply chain, from brand owner to retailer, into a straightforward collaborative process. Scope enables its users to deliver consistent quality while reducing time-to-market and eliminating costs. The Scope 3 version comes with a long list of innovations and user-driven features added to its key applications. New capabilities include: • Adobe PDF 1.6 and JDF 1.3-based workflow • CAD-Graphics integration with Adobe Illustrator CS2.0 • Enhanced Web-based collaboration and approval tools

The Way of the Future
November 20, 1998

Bar codes mean profits for both the distributor and the customer By Janet R. Gross The industry is nearly 30 years old and its traditional products still account for a majority of sales, but new technology and applications are transforming it as the market grow rapidly. No, it's not forms, but bar codes. Bar codes represented an $8.3 billion North American market in 1997, according to Venture Development, with industry growth rates pegged at 13.5 percent annually through 2001. Distributors can profit in two ways--by selling bar-coded products and by offering supplies. Either way, knowledge of the customer's hardware, software and the application is essential. Rowan Business Forms,