In-Plant Printers Share Their Biggest Challenges
If you find it hard to convince management why your in-plant needs to stay current, you’re not alone. Panelists from the ”War Stories, Wise Ideas and Q &A” in-plant panel session at GRAPH EXPO share their biggest challenge in this 10th video of our 11 article series covering session key take aways.
The Biggest Challenge 3 In-Plant Managers Each Face
Convince. Communicate. Continue Moving Forward
In-plant panelists discuss their challenges and how they are trying to overcome them.
- Tim Smith’s State of Wisconsin in-plant struggles to maintain volume, find work, market themselves, and with the inability to add Web to Print.
- Freese and Nichols’ Staci Hill strives to bridge the gap in her inter-generational customer base and communicate that the firm can’t win business using equipment from 60 years ago— the shop needs to keep moving forward.
- Ron Balderson sees Navy Federal Credit Union’s challenges as: Continually moving the shop in the direction technology is going, educating non-print managers regarding why the technology is needed, and convincing financial approvers of the benefits to the organization.
Read the Series for Even More In-Plant Insights
Watch RSA’s In-plant Insights blog for the final in-plant panel post in the series. Get information from these in-plant and corporate print center leaders in government, banking and professional services that will help you better manage your in-house print center.
Why wait? Watch the video series now.