KENNESAW, Ga. - October 25, 2007 - Heidelberg will host a series of Prinect Inforums in the Western U.S. during October and November to demonstrate how print shops can use Prinect to increase their workflow efficiency and raise their profit margins. Highlights will include a look at the benefits of JDF in the pressroom, a tutorial on using a common workflow for CtP and digital print machines, an inside look at Heidelbergs unique workflow solutions and a preview of the companys workflow technology innovations that will be shown at drupa 2008.
"Future-focused companies of all sizes are using Prinect to gain control over their workflow systems to reduce costs and increase efficiencies across the shop," says Ray Cassino, director, Prinect, CtP and Consumables Product Management, Heidelberg USA. "Our Prinect Inforums provide companies with another opportunity close to home where they can connect with Heidelberg experts and learn how to apply workflow advancements to their own shops."
In todays marketplace, many print shops struggle with the disconnect between the various parts of their workflows and those of their customers and suppliers. Processing, prepress, press and finishing all tend to operate independently from one another, except for a common job ticket. This can cost shops significant time and money in follow-up. Heidelberg will show Inforum participants how Prinect bridges workflow gaps to boost efficiency and transparency, enabling them to achieve higher profit margins.
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