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Bill Frederick

Bill is the Director of Sales a iJetColor.
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The 2020 Election Season & The Print Industry

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 6/15/20 8:35 AM

Election season is gearing up and it looks like printers will play a key role this year due to health concerns with the ongoing pandemic. Are you prepared to meet the demand?  
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Your Top 5 FAQs Answered

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 5/21/20 8:18 AM

Whether you're already thinking about buying an iJetColor system or are just learning about iJetColor, here are our top 5 frequently asked questions: 
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Solution Considerations: iJet Classic/NXT vs. iJet Pro

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 8/28/19 11:38 AM

We regularly hear this question from high volume printers: Should I get multiple iJetColor benchtop systems or an iJetColor Pro? It’s true the two options can ultimately handle equal volumes, so which option is the right solution for your print shop? There are a few things to consider.
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Which iJetColor System is Right for You?

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 6/21/19 4:08 PM

For over six years, we’ve helped hundreds of businesses print short-run envelopes faster and more profitably with a single solution: the iJetColor Press (which is now known as the iJetColor Classic). Powered by Memjet technology, the iJetColor outputs at 1/3 of the cost of toner devices and 2x faster, making it the right solution for 900+ printers in North America. With the increasing demand for inkjet solutions and a widening number of printers transitioning to inkjet from toner or offset, we too needed a wider range of solutions to meet those needs—thus, came the iJetColor NXT and the iJetColor Pro in September 2018. What’s the difference?   Which one will meet your needs? There are two primary components to this decision.
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4 Efficiencies a short-run, full-color envelope printer brings

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 4/9/19 10:03 AM

A short-run, full-color envelope printer saves you and your business time. In an industry where time is money, outfitting your business with time efficient equipment translates into value. Take a look at the following time-saving efficiencies and imagine how they would benefit your business. 
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How Do I Compare Printers to Know which is right for me?

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 3/21/19 8:08 AM

When you set out to compare printers, it can be all too easy to get caught up in the details and forget one of the most important variables: the printer you choose needs to help you and your business meet needs that are not being met.
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5 Things to Look for When Researching Envelope Printers

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 3/13/19 2:30 PM

Researching a new piece of printing equipment can quickly become a headache. If everyone says their machine is the best, how do you know who’s right? Instead of trying to figure out what’s the best overall, focus on what would be best for your business. These points will help:
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What Customers Love about the iJetColor Envelope Printer

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 3/6/19 2:10 PM

One of the best parts of my job is hearing feedback from our customers. I love hearing how the iJetColor has impacted their bottom line and changed the way they handle short-run envelope printing. Below, I've outlined the top three things our customers share about their experience with their new envelope printer.
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Stand Out from the Clutter with Memjet Printhead Technology

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 1/29/19 10:02 AM

One of the biggest hurdles you need to overcome in order to increase the ROI of your direct mail campaigns is standing out from the crowd. When someone receives a pile of letters and postcards in the mail, one of the first things they do is filter through what they need to look at and what they can toss out.
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Toner vs. Inkjet Printers - What's the Difference?

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 1/18/19 9:41 AM

Today, I'll be covering the advantages inkjet printing has over toner-based printers, especially when it comes to short-run envelope printing. 
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