Universal digital ink technology offers new opportunities for stationery companies to expand their product capabilities and deliver new value to customers. In the Digital Stationery Consortium (DSC) Case Study titled “How the stationery industry can benefit from universal digital ink technologies” we examine how digital stationery solutions offer new opportunities for stationery products companies to expand their product capabilities and deliver new value to customers. The adoption of a universal, open and smart content format and a common framework for sharing and collaborating with digital ink will greatly expand these benefits.
Future digital stationery applications could take advantage of digital ink-enabled painting and drawing with any stylus pen and on any tablet.
The case study highlights opportunities including:
- Expanding the power and range of fine writing instruments
- Giving architects, artists, and designers a free hand to express themselves
- Enhancing learning for students
Download the case study today to learn how DSC Contributor Members E Ink, Montblanc, Fujitsu Computing Client Limited, Samsung, Wacom and other leading companies with a passion for writing, drawing, and technology, are using the universal digital ink technology framework known as WILL™ (Wacom Ink Layer Language) to ensure new digital stationery experiences all work universally across software, hardware and applications regardless of the platform.