A Tale of Two In-Plants: Achieving & Attaining Web to Print Success
Sponsored by: Rochester Software Associates
Speakers: Tawsha Worrall, Manager, UPMC Print Center Services; Abbas Badani, Director, Multimedia & Print Center, Penn State
This is the first of two webinars highlighting the experiences of two in-plant operations using web to print technology to steer operational success.
Web to print technology today is an operational necessity for powering an in-plant's success. Many in-plants are harnessing this software to power their operations well beyond accepting online orders. Leading in-plants are using these systems to better control total print spending, ensure brand integrity, and drive operational success. At the same time, many in-plants are struggling with maximizing the benefits of web to print. These webinars will showcase the experiences of two in-plant operations' efforts to reap benefits from implementing web to print.
InfoTrends' President, Jeff Hayes, will highlight research about in-plant web to print adoption and how it can act as a cornerstone for a vibrant print center. Pennsylvania's University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) will share how they've achieved great success with web to print software in the last seven years; today, receiving over 10 million monthly impressions from 5,000 active users of its web to print system. They will discuss the steps taken to achieve solid operational success and benefits of using web to print, and what is next. Penn State's in-plant, with a staff of 50 and over 11 million monthly impressions, will discuss their plans to attain web to print success and share lessons learned from a past unsuccessful web to print implementation.
Webinar participants will learn:
- How to leverage the power of web to print
- How to use web to print to increase the strategic value of your print center and sustain your success
- How UPMC is expanding its use of web to print software and capabilities
- About Penn State's plan to implement web to print software and attain success