Put Your Resources to Better Use

Print and pay for only what you need, and spend less time managing your inventory.

If you make frequent updates to your continuing education materials, or are looking to reduce your print inventory, you may want to consider migrating to a print-on-demand solution. Many of our customers had never considered print-on-demand, assuming they did not produce enough volume for it to be economically feasible. But we handle print-on-demand a little differently than most. We print small quantities of your materials, maintaining a micro-inventory on your behalf. You only pay for the materials you sell, giving you volume pricing without paying for excess inventory. 

 

“We took Omnipress’ advice and switched to a print-on-demand model that reduced the cost of printing and shipping our course materials by 60%.”

Dave White, (ISC)2

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Reduce Your Inventory, Reduce Your Costs

Omnipress’ print on demand solution turns frequently updated course materials from an inventory headache to an affordable option.

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Keep Your Content Current

Because you only have to pre-print small quantities, making changes to your materials is a faster and more affordable process.

Reduce Overhead Costs

Improve cash flow by reducing or possibly eliminating the ongoing expense of maintaining a large inventory of printed materials.

Increase Staff Capacity

Reclaim critical staff resources for higher-value, mission-critical initiatives by eliminating the need to find and count course books.

Maintain Brand Consistency

We understand the importance of brand integrity, and will serve as champion of your brand—staying true to your standards and ensuring consistency across multiple pieces.

Your Own Project Advocate

When you work with Omnipress, you get your own, dedicated project manager—someone who gets to know your organization and all of its nuances, so they know exactly how to work with you, and how to help you produce the best piece possible, each and every time.  

Formatting and Design Services

We can serve as an extension of your team

Whether you have an in-house design team that could use an extra set of hands with final formatting or you need full design support, we can help.  Our print designers have decades of experience bringing a piece to life that both reflects your brand and makes the content as user-friendly as possible. 

 

Binding Options

Five ways to give your piece a finished look

Why people pick Plastic Coil (Spiral) Bind

  • Allows book to lay flat for easy notetaking
  • Durable plastic holds up to mail systems
  • Wide choice of colors  to complement your brand

Common finished sizes

  • 8 1/2” x 11”
  • 6” x 9”
  • 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”
  • 4” x 9”
  • Other sizes also available

Page counts

  • 750 pages (375 sheets) of 60# offset stock
  • 1,000 pages (500 sheets) of 50# offset stock 

Available options

  • Bleed tabs
  • Folder to hold CDs

Why people pick Saddle Stitch

  • Inexpensive option for pieces with fewer page counts
  • Can still be economical for smaller print runs
  • Faster turnaround time

Common finished sizes

  • 8-1/2” x 11”
  • 6” x 9”
  • 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”
  • 4” x 9”
  • Other sizes also available

Maximum page counts

  • 64 pages (32 sheets) of 60# offset stock
  • 88 pages (44 sheets) of 50# offset stock

Available options

  • Bleed tabs

Why people pick 3-Ring Binder

  • Economical yet heavy-duty shelf piece
  • Lays flat even at larger page counts for easy notetaking
  • Materials can be updated more easily

Maximum page counts

  • Up to 920 pages (460 sheets) using
    round-ring
  • Up to 1,200 pages (600 sheets) using D-ring

Available options

  • Available in half-inch incremental sizes, from ½”-3”

Why people pick Case Binding

  • Best for higher-value books with a longer shelf-life
  • Extremely durable

Common finished sizes

  • 8-1/2” x 11”
  • 6” x 9”
  • 7” x 10”

Page counts

  • Minimum: 48 pages (24 sheets)
  • Maximum: 1,600 pages (800 sheets)

Available options

  • Bleed tabs
  • CD Holder

Why people pick a Perfect Bind

  • Professional appearance
  • Budget friendly
  • Spine provides shelf appeal

Common finished sizes

  • 8-3/8” x 10-3/4”
  • 5-3/8” x 10-3/4”
  • 7” x 10”
  • 6” x 9”
  • 4” x 9”

Page counts

  • Minimum: 32 pages (16 sheet)
  • Maximum: 1,420 pages (710 sheets)

Available options

  • Bleed tabs
  • Bind-in/tear-out CD sleeves

Tab Options

Tabs help organize your content into user-friendly sections

  • Content organized at-a-glance
  • Clear, mylar-reinforced tab extension is durable, crisp and professional
  • Body of sheet and tabs are printed in black only, on one or two sides
  • Choose standard clear tabs or from our selection of custom colors

Available with these binding options

  • Perfect binding
  • Plastic coil
  • 3-ring binders

  • A sleek way to thumb through content
  • Reversed printing (white on black) appears on right edge of each page
  • We can add the tabs to your print files for you

Available with these binding options

  • Perfect binding
  • Other options available; please contact Omnipress for options and pricing
  • A budget-friendly way to separate your sections
  • Text paper is available in 50#, 60# (most common) and 65# weights
  • Sheets are printed in black ink on one or both sides
  • Choose the color that complements your brand

Available with these binding options

  • Perfect binding
  • Plastic coil
  • 3-ring binders

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Let’s Explore Your Options

Interested in learning more about how our print-on-demand solution works and whether it is a good fit? All we need is a bit of information about your current library. One of our POD specialists will be in touch right away. 

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