This vlog is part two of a three-part series about the nine steps in-plant print centers need to increase their profitability. I discuss steps 4-6 (productive procedures, happy customers, and metrics and KPIs) in detail.
In this vlog, I start a three-part series about the nine steps that I see that in-plants need to take to increase their profitability and discuss the first three steps in more detail.
Five “out of the box” solutions in-plant print centers have used to solve problems and seven ways to help get outside your “box.”
Howie Fenton interviews RSA about the two-pronged approach in-plants need to survive. Reducing print production costs and building more value-added products and services to offset the decline of traditional products are the two things in-plant print centers need to do to remain competitive and use the balanced scorecard approach.
Trend #3: Is Cycle Time the Most Important Thing? Is Cycle Time the Most Important Trend to Address in 2020? Customers always want work faster but could the ability to turn work around faster become the most important service an in-plant can offer? In our two previous trends articles we discussed how in-plants can prepare
In-plant Value: Trend #2 to Address in 2020 Just as the application mix for most in-plants will change so will the perceived value of the in-plant. In our first article about preparing for trends in 2020 we discussed staffing issues and four ways in-plants are addressing this trend. In this article we will discuss how
Trends for In-Plants to Address in 2020 As we approach the end of the year it is worthwhile to consider the trends that we see this year and consider how we will address them. This is the first in a series of blogs examining these trends and how to plan for next year with these
Preliminary Results of In-plant Survey Show Strength. At the recent IPMA conference in Louisville, Kentucky we released the preliminary results from the 2019 “The Next Generation Tactics and Strategies for In-Plant Service Providers” survey. The results are some of the best data for in-plants reported in decades: 81% reported they met their financial objectives last
How Ecommerce Workflows Impact Customer Experience and the Total Cost of a Poor Customer Experience Blog #4 of our Customer Experience Series As we discussed in the previous articles in this customer experience series, the customer’s ecommerce experience is becoming a larger and larger aspect of the overall customer experience. An example often cited is
What’s the Cost of a Bad Customer Experience to an In-Plant? Blog #3 of Customer Experience Series You will be shocked when you hear the estimated costs to companies that have suffered from a bad customer experience. While the numbers are based on big companies selling consumer products, in-plants should be asking what the potential