Ken Meinhardt of Tailored Solutions to Speak at DiTrolio Flexographic Institute
Press release from the issuing company
September 26, 2002 - Flexo management expert, Ken Meinhardt will be speaking at an event hosted by the DiTrolio Flexographic Institute, on Thursday, October 17, 2002. The event topic "Estimating for Profit in Today’s Economy," will touch base on many industry concerns, such as:
- Determining budgeted hourly rates for your equipment.
- Estimating post press operations.
- Tracking estimates won and lost.
- Estimate requests via your web page.
- Activity Based Costing (ABC) – measuring the cost of administration.
Meinhardt, an 18 year veteran of the flexo industry, is the founder of Tailored Solutions, Inc., and has spent over a decade developing "practical management systems for print."
His flagship product, Label Traxx remains the innovation leader in flexographic management software. It handles projects from estimating to job costing and accounting and has a Stock Product Module for management and distribution of finished goods. It allows companies to manage all aspects of their business, from estimating through accounting.
Ditrolio Flexographic Institute, located in the Chicago-suburb, of Broadview, Ill, will be the site of the seminar. The seminar runs from 9am – 5pm, and the cost is $85.00 per person, with lunch included.
Tailored Solutions, Inc., is a software solutions company, located in Milwaukee, Wis., specializing in the development of job management software systems for print. These are written in the relational database language 4th Dimension, for prepress, sheet fed offset and narrow web flexographic printing industries.
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