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Commercial Printing


Commercial printing is a process of printing various types of products, such as

brochures, flyers, business cards, banners, posters, catalogs, books, magazines, and other promotional or informational materials.

This type of printing is typically done by professional printing companies and is intended

for businesses, organizations, and individuals who need high-quality prints in large quantities.

Commercial printing is done using various printing technologies, 

such as offset printing, digital printing, flexography, and letterpress printing, depending on the requirements of the print job.

These printing techniques utilize different types of printing equipment and materials,
such as ink, paper, plates, and digital files, to produce high-quality prints with accurate color reproduction and sharp images.


  • Inefficiency and Increased Labor Costs: Without automation, commercial printers may have to rely on manual labor, which can lead to slower production times, higher labor costs, and increased potential for errors. Additionally, repetitive manual tasks can lead to operator fatigue and reduced productivity.

  • Limited Capacity: Without automation, the ability to scale production is limited by the available labor force. This can make it difficult for commercial printers to meet large or complex orders or respond to sudden increases in demand.

  • Quality Control Issues: Manual processes can lead to inconsistency and quality control issues, particularly with color matching and registration, leading to waste and rework. Automated systems can help ensure consistency and reduce errors.

  • Competitive Disadvantage: In today's marketplace, customers are increasingly demanding faster turnaround times, lower costs and higher quality. Commercial printers that have not adopted automation may struggle to remain competitive with those that have.

  • Inability to Meet Customer Demands: Customers are looking for custom, personalized print products in smaller quantities, which can be more efficiently produced with automation. Without automation, commercial printers may not be able to meet these demands.

How Indus Print ERP Solves?


Modules that will solve the challenges of commercial printing.

  • Planning, Costing

  • Quotation Management

  • Sales Order

  • Product Master

  • Jobcard

  • Inventory

  • Scheduling

  • Production & QC

  • FG & Dispatch

  • Account Integration

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