April 13, 2024


Epicurean computer & technology

The Future of the Printing Industry in 2023

Inkjet market to pass $100bn in 2023 | Printweek

A perfect storm has engulfed the printing sector. The “web-to-print” paradigm of COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation and suggested that business participants must act now.

Every crisis presents an opportunity, as we all know. The pandemic has had a significant negative impact on the print business, but 2023 will be the year when industry players are forced to seize chances outside of printing.

The printing industry is experiencing a high point with companies like Vivid Ads gathering heights in the last few years. It is an Australian-based printing company that has an experience of over 15 years and is working with B2B companies. Vivid Ads employs 26 people and is a medium-sized company.

They have in-house designers, project managers, print operators, and customer care specialists on our team. Most business processes at Vivid have been automated, allowing the company to run with fewer employees and provide more discounts to its clients. Their cost-effective methods have helped them among their consumers. The prime reason for their rise is the unique online printing business that they hold. 

The direct-to-consumer technology trend is about to change, and every CEO has to be aware of it. This is due to eCommerce and the widespread usage of web-to-print solutions. By 2030, the globe will be dependent on internet specifications, and both printed packaging and prints will typically be ordered online.

It encourages investment in web-to-print technology and online ordering as a result. As a result, the purchasing of print media evolves toward a platform economy system that is similarly fragmented to ride-hailing apps. It is simpler for buyers to compare prices and even services.

The market for web-to-print services, which was valued at USD 29.58 billion in 2021, is anticipated to increase by 5.2% CAGR to reach USD 39.99 billion by 2027.

Additionally, declining customer loyalty highlights the need for services. An additional model used by e-commerce is shorter orders with a high demand for quick turnaround times, like next-day delivery. It will encourage wider adoption of more efficient workflows, as well as automated and digital printing, finishing, and distribution.

Furthermore, this would hasten the ongoing transition of many applications from analog print to digital printing technology, particularly as the quality of the most recent inkjet prints increases.

Another reason for the rise of printing is its demand. When newspapers, magazines, books, and advertising started to go online, many people prophesied that print would soon be extinct. Though many elements of the industry are in better form than ever, this forecast has yet to come true.

Businesses still employ direct marketing strategies, promotional products, brochures, catalogs, and other printed items. Print is now regarded as a more professional, higher-quality, and tactile alternative to online alternatives.

Through the use of new technology, streamlining consumer needs, and providing a range of goods and services, the printing industry has stayed strong and relevant throughout the digital revolution. Those that didn’t adopt new technologies and business practices either went out of business were bought out by another company, or are having a hard time.

E-commerce and web-to-print naturally complement each other. The significant expenditure that stood out was Amazon’s promise to spend $400 million on inkjet technology for their Merchandize line of business. PSP will diversify into various sectors, including the installation of direct-to-object technology, to better serve the direct-to-consumer customized printing market for items like calendars, mugs, and photo products.