Fiery announced the next generation of Fiery Command WorkStation, a centralized job management interface that seamlessly connects to all Fiery driven cutsheet, large format, and high-speed inkjet printers to run print production processes.
As companies streamline their processes to keep pace with customer expectations of quicker turnaround times, it is crucial that print does not become a bottleneck. This webinar will tell you how to reduce costs and waste by optimizing your workflows and eliminating unnecessary printing.
Hosted only 30 miles from Heidelberg’s North American headquarters in Kennesaw, Georgia, PRINTING United Expo provided the company the unique ability to showcase its full range of solutions.
At PRINTING United Expo, Enfocus will feature an interactive showcase where attendees can transform their snapshots into charming miniature versions of themselves, thanks to an automated flow using PitStop, Switch, and Griffin.
Fiery will showcase the latest DFEs and workflow products driving digital print operations at PRINTING United Expo. Attendees can experience the Fiery difference firsthand in Booth #C2646 and on digital production printers and presses installed at several partner booths across the exhibit floor.
Kodak has launched a new version of its Prinergy workflow software that offers smart automation and support for analog and digital printing processes.
For years, the Toronto District School Board’s in-plant received jobs via email and handled them with an inefficient, manual workflow. Since adding Web-to-print, jobs show up in a queue, visible to every operator, and are processed more efficiently.
Offering customized online storefronts is becoming a mandatory ingredient to enhance customer experiences, build loyalty, automate processes, and create “sticky” business.
The State of Washington’s in-plant saves time, reduces operational costs, and realizes almost 90% shrinkage of its production PDF file sizes with ReadyPDF Prepress Server.
By implementing Web-to-print, a healthcare system in-plant in San Antonio was able to increase its automation level, saving time and essentially adding a full-time-equivalent employee.