S-One Culture Book Features Printing and Packaging Innovations
To kick off its year-long 25th anniversary, S-One Holdings Corporation has published its 2019 Culture Book. The book is a celebration of the teams that make up S-One and its subsidiary companies, as well as its customers, partners and communities.
The theme of the book is the S-One vision: Develop. Connect. Innovate., which are illustrated throughout the 48-page publication. Articles include team passions, strengths- and learning-based initiatives, community involvement projects and a look back at the past 25 years and the innovations S-One has brought to market and forever changed the print industry through its companies: LexJet, Brand Management Group, ABAQA, Utopia Digital Technologies and S-One Labels & Packaging.
“As you read this new edition, you’ll see example after example of just how our culture and core values impact our people and their families, our customers and our commitment to innovations,” says Art Lambert, S-One co-founder, President & CEO. “This book illustrates what makes S-One ‘different’ and how our passion for and commitment to our teammates, partners and customers has driven us for the past 25 Years to be the best!”
Pages of Print Innovations
As pioneers of innovative print technology, S-One tapped some industry pros to bring cutting-edge elements to this publication. On the cover, it used HP SmartStream Mosaic software to create individually unique covers that were digitally printed on HP Indigo. S-One also asked its printer, Bennett Graphics, to add Scodix digital embellishment on the “S” logo. The results are eye-catching, to say the least.
S-One also harnessed the power of augmented reality, creating a new smartphone app, S-OneAR, available on iOS and Android, to bring videos to life right on the pages of the book. See the first page of a print copy for download instructions so you can delve deeper into S-One's stories.
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