How to Find the Profit in Your Workflow
Many business processes rely on printed output. Consider logistics, often seen as a workflow blueprint of the supply chain, which is used to manage, coordinate, and monitor resources needed to move products and information in a timely, cost-effective, and reliable manner.
Key factors that can make or break a logistics operation is the accuracy and availability of print. Print is essential for many aspects of logistics, such as labelling, invoicing, tracking, compliance, and personalized communication.
As companies of all sizes look to streamline many of their processes to keep pace with today’s customer expectations of quicker turnaround times, lower prices, on-time and error-free delivery, it is crucial that print, whether produced in-house or externally, does not become a bottleneck.
A webinar tomorrow, Nov. 9, will tell you how to optimize your print production and delivery to achieve logistics success by leveraging the latest technologies and best practices. Learn more and register here.