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Commercial Print Production USA

Commercial Print category we mainly track print management companies who provide end-to-end solutions related to pre-press (designing, platemaking, typesetting), print production and post press services (binding, warehousing, fulfilment) and various approaches of marketers to engage with them for their marketing activities & major end products including brochures, leaflets, magazines, bill-boards, labels for packaging, direct mails, signs, business forms etc.

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    Company
    Omnicom Group Inc.
    Location
    Jackson, Mississipi
    Duns number
    3862211

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    Social
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    Governance
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    Human rights
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    Community Environment
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    Corporate governance
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    Human resources
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    Security Scorecard
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    Threat indicators
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    DNS Health
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    Application Security
    Detecting common website application vulnerbilities
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    Endpoint Security
    Detecting unprotected enpoints or entry points of user tools, such as desktops, laptops mobile devices, and virtual desktops
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    Cubic Score
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    Patching Cadence
    Out of date company assets which may contain vulnerabilities of risk
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    Social Engineering
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    IP Reputation
    Detecting suspecious activity, such as malware or spam, within your company network
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    Product Service Issues
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    Human Rights Issues
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    Production Supply Chain Issues
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    Corruption Issues
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    Regulatory Non Compliance Flags
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    Fraud Issues
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    Labor Health Safety Flags
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    Regulatory Issues
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    Discrimination Workforce Rights Issues
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    Commercial Print Production USA market report transcript


    Regional Market Overview on Commercial Print Production

    The four regions southeast, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, and West have the highest concentration of printing companies. PMCs/holding companies, like HH Global, Cenveo, and InnerWorkings, are the key market  players for sourcing end-to-end print services.

    Key Insights

    • Mid-Atlantic has a higher share of book printers, owing to the concentration in that region of book publishers
    • Overall, the states with the highest concentration of industry establishments are California (12.2%), Texas (6.8%), and New York (6.3%).
    • Publishing(19%), BFSI (17%), Retail (16%), and Public Sector(12%) are the major industries driving the print management industry. The technology industry has comparatively lesser contribution in the overall print management industry

    Emerging Technology Trends 

    Software Innovation for Print Business

    • The graphic design software used in pre-press stage has wider range of tools and features, enabling lean workflow, compatibility across different files, and collaboration among designers across different geographies

    Hybrid Print Technologies

    • Print industry is migrating toward integration with digital channels: computer-to-print plate automation. This technology allows the designer to send finished image files to electronic plates, which can read them and help executing complex projects faster

    3-D Printing

    • Printing is expanding from flat sheet printing to 3-D printing. Commercial printers are technically upgrading themselves to capitalize on the same. 3-D printed materials have greater likelihood of being noted

    Digital Content Distribution

    • With increase of web-to-print and on-demand printing, digital content distribution platforms are also gaining momentum. Downloading the content on requirement basis provides flexibility, and helps in brand uniformity

    On-demand Printing

    • As technological advancements are getting better, it is easier for companies to print commercial print items in and around desired locations, in adequate amount and get it delivered without any delay

    Web-to-print

    • Clients, print designers can upload any document that needs to be printed to cloud services, get it printed by printers closest to where it is required

    Sourcing Models

    • Country-level sourcing: Sourcing services at a country level, where each country has its own set of printers, catering to their commercial print requirements.
    • Regional sourcing: Commercial print services are sourced at a regional level
    • Global sourcing: Commercial print services are sourced at a global level.

    Sourcing Practices

    Organizations usually use multiple print vendors to reduce cost.Generally, buyers engage with global print vendors when they want an enhanced quality of artwork and design. The digital copy is then shared with the regional/country-level print vendor, who takes care of regional adaptation and then prints the content.As a value-added service, the regional vendors also provide warehousing and fulfillment services in order to minimize speed to market. Hence, depending on the complexity, criticality and client involvement in the project, clients can choose between global or regional print vendors.