The Dayton city commission on Wednesday approved a $1 million development agreement with Taylor Communications — formerly Standard Register Co. — to help fund the renovation of the underutilized downtown building at 111 W. First St., the company’s new home come October. As part of the previously discussed deal, Taylor Communications will move roughly 400 to 500 of its local 700 workers to the 111 building, where they will occupy eight floors. The remaining employees will stay on at Taylor’s current location at 600 Albany St. in Dayton’s west side. According to Dayton Business Journal, the $1 million agreement includes $500,000 from the Montgomery County Economic Development/Government Equity program. Another $500,000 will come from the city of Dayton, and Taylor Communications will spend at least $2.4 million on facility improvements, equipment and other items. Click Read More below for more of the story.
Heeter, a full-service provider of secure print, direct mail, and fulfillment solutions, today announced the formal opening of its next-generation Digital Print Center, a $4M investment that signifies the impact its growing digital print operation is delivering for its customer base.
Serving industries such as healthcare, insurance, gaming, retail, pharmaceutical and education, Heeter has successfully transferred 60% of its operations to digital over the past 5 years. This has resulted in:
*A 65% increase in capacity
*35% reduction in turnaround times
*25% more energy efficient
*Over 80 new customers in the last 4 years
These results are the outcome of an evolving workforce and industry that is embracing digital as the path forward to sustained and continual growth. Heeter anticipated this shift years earlier and made significant investments in not just technology, but people as well.
more at: https://www.heeter.com/embracing-digital/