Three Workflow Resolutions you Must Make for 2018- RSA Q4 Tips

Build a Better In-plant Tips RSA offers a quarterly "Build a Better In-plant Tips newsletter," to email subscribers. By special request, we are offering our most recent issue as a blog post. To receive our quarterly tips to help you build a better in-plant, sign up today. This quarter, Keypoint Intelligence/  InfoTrends' Pat McGrew offers

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Justifying Your Existence 3-Part Series: #1- Measure Performance

Justifying Your Existence: Part One- Measure Performance In the recent PRIMIR study entitled “Digital Printing Technology's Influence on the U.S. In-Plant Printing Market” that IMG worked on with IDC, we identified that the top in-plant challenges focused on justifying: Investments in new print technology The value of the in-plant, and Investing in non-print technology or

7 Tips To Increase In-Plant Awareness, Generate Leads and Sell More

Tips For Increasing  Awareness of Your In-Plant Print Center February is the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association's (IPMA’s) In-Plant Awareness Month. For everyone actively working to increase their customers’ awareness, congratulations. For those who don’t know where to start, here are seven ideas. Survey Customers and non-customers.  Surveys can provide two functions. In our assessments

Re-envision Your In-Plant Workflow This Holiday

It easy to get nostalgic around the holidays. As I write this, I am in the Northeast at holiday time which brings back memories of an earlier era, 25 years ago, when I first thought about production workflows in a quick copy shop, PostScript service bureau and the prepress department of a printer. While many things have

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 7 Ways to Expand Your Reach & Influence

Expanding Your Reach and Influence   You’ve launched and rolled out your system. Step back and take a look at what comes next. You will likely want to reach more customers, add capabilities, automate workflow more, or conduct other key initiatives to continue your growth and maintain relevancy. Technology does not stand still. Your in-plant should

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 4 Web to Print Production and Automation Best Practices

Best Practices for Web to Print Production and Automation Web to print systems come in a couple of different types to drive print production and workflow automation: Web Ordering– Download and Print (offers only submission)- This type offers an e-commerce front-end to submit jobs to the print center but does not send print jobs directly

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 4 Pricing Best Practices

Pricing Options and 4 Pricing Best Practices for Customers and Web to Print Systems Most in-plants have a published price list that covers their common services that may include a selection of papers, B/W and Color printing, wide format, finishing, services like laminating and foam core, and specialty products. Consumers today want simple and fair

Web to Print Best Practices Series: User Adoption

Best Practices for In-Plant Print Center User Adoption- for Customers and Print Center Staff When you are changing from a paper or email-based method of sending jobs and work requests to the Print Center, it may be difficult for your user community to make the change to a Web-based system. Let’s face it, people are

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 7 Marketing and Sales Best Practices

Best Practices for Marketing Web to Print for In-plant Print Centers The third article in our Web to Print Best Practices series about how in-plants can successfully implement and use Web to print software covered “6 installation best practices.” In this fourth post, I’ll focus on a topic closely related to rolling out your Web

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 6 System Roll Out Best Practices

Web to Print System Roll Out (Launch) Best Practices for In-Plant Print Centers Article #3 This is the third post in our series, “Web to Print Best Practices for In-Plant Print Centers.” In the series, I'm covering eight topics, including: installation, roll out, marketing the system and more. In my last post post, I offered Seven