New Video Recaps In-plant Luncheon
PRINT 13 was a busy show for in-plant managers, with numerous luncheons, sessions, receptions and other forums designed specifically for them. One of them was IPG's popular in-plant luncheon, sponsored by Rochester Software Associates. This meeting brought 60 in-plant managers together for presentations and discussions.
During the meeting, IPG Editor Bob Neubauer greeted in-plant managers, offered some statistics on the in-plant market and showed examples of value-added services in-plants are adding. Then Tawsha Bone-Worrall, of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, described UPMC’s path to in-plant printing. To improve her operation, she and her staff did a careful analysis of the printing being sent to outside printers. Then they looked at their capabilities to determine which of those jobs they could do, what investments they would need to make to take on more of that work, and how they could get better and increase efficiency.
The lunch session was captured on video and is now available for in-plant managers to review. Watch the highlights on the video screen below.
For a more complete look at how UPMC's in-plant improved efficiencies, implemented new features in its WebCRD platform to support new external printing and obtained the first right of refusal watch Bone-Worrall's entire presentation here. You can also view Neubauer's full presentation.