As an industry, we’ve been talking for some time about the need to automate workflow to reduce labor, cycle time and costs. But for many companies, the magic formula has been elusive. In this session, you will hear from three very different organizations how they have overcome these challenges using technology you may already have in your shop to deliver faster turn times, higher color quality and less operator intervention.
Joining us in this session will be:
Paul Sprow, Manager of Digital Production and Mail Center for Arlington County, Virginia. With an eye toward being the County's sole source for printing and mail needs, Paul has made his department key in efficiency, cost effectiveness, and outstanding customer service.
Dave Wray, Workflow Specialist at CyberChrome, Inc. His primary role is improving speed and consistency in the operation using the latest technology and software solutions. He works with the customer service, prepress and pressroom departments to streamline file prep, job submission and other workflow elements.
Jason Biggs, President & COO, ZenPrint. Under Jason’s leadership, the company has implemented a blend of home-grown and packaged software solutions for a fully automated workflow driving its five digital presses from a single interface.
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