Business Management - Operations
Adding inkjet and other digital printing equipment is saving time, increasing productivity, and expanding opportunities for an in-plant that’s had its share of challenges during the pandemic.
Online and in-person G7 training opportunities incorporate cutting-edge print technologies and updated print standards. This curriculum includes additional information about G7 in connection with Expanded Color Gamut (ECG) and PrintWide.
For the University of North Alabama's print shop, replacing its manual shop management processes with Print MIS and Web-to-print capabilities made a world of difference.
To improve the level of service its in-plant provides, Richardson Independent School District made a significant technology investment, bringing in nearly a dozen pieces of equipment. These upgrades allowed the in-plant to become a one-stop-shop for the district's printing needs.
For business leaders, “strength in the middle” refers to the core competency, supervisory and leadership skills of their middle managers. The strength of your middle management team correlates directly with sustained organizational success.
Research into CEOs of the most successful privately held businesses reveals several common themes. Among them is a relentless focus on how they spend their time and, perhaps more importantly, what they choose to ignore.
This webinar will tap into new research to show how job submission methods have changed in recent years.
File errors are one of the biggest workflow cripplers in the printing industry. Validating and repairing job files as they are onboarded prevents the snowballing of wasted time and money for each process that encounters the job.