NewlineNoosh to Host Free Online Seminar on Benefits of Performing a Print Supply Chain Business Benefit Assessment
Press release from the issuing company
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 22 -- NewlineNoosh, a leading provider of print sourcing and procurement solutions, will host a free online seminar focused on how company's can use the NewlineNoosh Business Benefit Assessment (BBA) program to uncover the hidden costs and inefficiencies in their print supply chain.
This online seminar will be lead by independent consultant Ken Rogel. Ken has more than 20 years of relevant experience in both printing and consulting. Most recently he worked as a management consultant with Accenture's Supply Chain practice. He has worked with leading companies in the printing, publishing, pharmaceutical and imaging equipment manufacturing industries. Ken has developed and implemented successful strategic sourcing programs for print at numerous Fortune 500 companies.
NewlineNoosh utilizes un-biased independent consultants, including Ken Rogel, to perform the actual Business Benefit Assessment used to analyze print job spend and assess all print procurement, sourcing and production related processes, procedures, pricing, assumptions and deliverables for a BBA client. The final deliverable is a formal document with actionable recommendations and a well-defined BPO service configuration that integrates smoothly with the clients operations, corporate structure and financial management.
"The print programs analyzed by our BBA program can be as diverse as a brand or organization's promotional direct mail or point of purchase materials, or perhaps the print spanning multiple organizations or divisions of a global enterprise," said Mark Tiedens, VP of Marketing, NewlineNoosh. "I encourage any company that wants to identify potential cost savings and cost management opportunities for printed materials and who wants to gain visibility into their print category management to attend this timely seminar."
Register for this online seminar now at: www.newlinenoosh.com
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