How Web to Print Saved a K-12 In-Plant
Sponsored by: Rochester Software Associates
Speakers: Ryan Glaeser, Supervisor of Printing & Graphic Services, Sheboygan Area School District
The Print shop in the Sheboygan Area School District was drowning in paper requisitions and a manual print request process that caused daily re-work. The school district was facing a deficit and asked each department for recommendations for how they could operate with less. Ryan Glaeser, the Supervisor of Printing and Graphic Services proposed a money-saving makeover that included Web to print.
Glaeser knew the district needed an easy-to-use Web to print solution that would support all print vendors, eliminate hard copy orders, and automate production to reduce touches and time-consuming accounting and chargeback reporting. This webinar will cover Ryan's vision for the print shop, the pilot program used to transform the teacher job submission process, while gaining support and trust; outside work they are handling that saves the district money, and leveraging the new capabilities to forecast budgets and needs.
Moderated by In-plant Graphics Editor Bob Neubauer, this webinar is about one in-plant's efforts to play an active role in saving the district precious budget dollars - over $100,000 annually - while securing their future.
Participants will learn how:
- Web to Print transformed the in-plant, reduced operator handling by 80%, and increased volume 19% without adding staff
- The print center worked with teachers and satellite operations to launch the initiative, gain trust, and ultimately shorten turnaround by 67%
- They help administrators eliminate budget surprises, reduce waste and even out production cycles
- What lies ahead for the in-plant