In his latest blog, Greg Cholmondeley talks about the reasons many in-plants do not have up-to-date and relevant strategic plans.
Workflows That Work
I attended the recent EFI Connect user conference in Las Vegas and found it to be a bit different than in previous years.
What do most strong, thriving in-plants have in common? They have created a strategic plan that supports the organization’s objectives, includes specific annual targets and has the support of senior management.
Worth Higgins & Associates has 70 active online portals servicing tens of thousands of end users and delivers hundreds of jobs per day.
Trevecca Nazarene University’s in-plant went from an offset shop at risk of being closed to an organization that manages the fleet of printers across campus with a central digital print shop. IPG Blogger Greg Cholmondeley explores this success story.
I often write about commercial printers or direct marketing companies, but occasionally I get a chance to meet an in-plant manager.