How One In-plant Automates 86% of their Workflow and Saves Millions.

Blue Valley Schools Presents About Their Workflow Automation and Demos their Workflow In a recent presentation, Blue Valley Schools shared the story of how they’ve been able to fully automate 86% of their orders and save their organization over $1.4 million in the last seven years. The case for automating workflows is compelling- touches have

In-Plant Primer 101: Trends and Challenges- 8 Probing Questions to Sell Workflow Solutions

In-Plant Primer 101: Article #6- 8 In-plant Questions that Identify Workflow Solution Opportunities This in-plant primer article is the sixth in a 12-article series designed to help dealers and print vendors understand in-plants called “In-Plant Primer: From Operations Basics to Advanced Sales Concepts.” All topics were announced in our first post. This last article in the

In-Plant Primer 101: Trends and Challenges- Industry Trends

In-Plant Primer 101: Article #5- Industry Trends Occurring With In-plants This in-plant primer article is the fifth in a 12-article series designed to help dealers and print vendors understand in-plants called “In-Plant Primer: From Operations Basics to Advanced Sales Concepts.” Topics so far have included: defining in-plants and different in-plant types, the top challenges and issues,

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

In-Plant Primer 101: Trends and Challenges- Technology Changes and Impact

In-Plant Primer 101: Article #4-  Recent Technology Changes and Their Impact on In-plants This in-plant primer article is the fourth article in a series of 12 articles designed to help dealers and print vendors understand in-plants called “In-Plant Primer: From Operations Basics to Advanced Sales Concepts.” Don’t miss any articles in the series; subscribe to

In-Plant Primer 101: Trends and Challenges- Typical In-plant Contacts

In-plant Primer 101- Article #3 -Typical In-plant Contacts to Engage This in-plant primer article is the third article in a series of 12 articles designed to help dealers and print vendors understand in-plants called “In-Plant Primer: From Operations Basics to Advanced Sales Concepts.” Divided into two primers of basic (101) and advanced (201) topics, this

In-Plant Primer 101: Trends and Challenges- In-plants Defined

In-plant Primer 101- Article #1- In-Plant Print Centers Defined This is the first of a series of articles designed to introduce internal print production, corporate, in-house or in-plant production centers, as they are often called. Comprised of a 12-article series, two eBooks and a webinar, the initiative is called “In-Plant Primer: From Operations Basics to

In-Plant Primer: From Operations Basics to Advanced Sales Concepts

Information for Dealers, Reps and Owners, Print Equipment Vendors to Understand In-plants Rochester Software Associates (RSA) is working with industry consultant, Howie Fenton, Principal of Howie Fenton consulting to create information for dealers, reps and owners and print equipment vendors to help them better understand the in-plant market. Comprised of two six-article series (for a

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