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The twelfth Prinect User Days focus on the Smart Print Shop and investigate topics addressed at drupa

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Based on the motto "From users for users", implementation of the Smart Print Shop will be the focus of the twelfth Prinect User Days in the Print Media Academy in Heidelberg. The event will be held on two dates, either on November 15 and 16 for English-speaking participants or on November 25 and 26, 2016 for German-speaking guests.

The main topics of this year's drupa will also be a central component of the Prinect User Days 2016, with a combination of presentations and workshops. The increasing digitization and automation of the processes in the context of the "Smart Print Shop" will be key elements of the event. Topics such as automatically identifying the cost-optimized production path, highly-automated workflows without any, or with just a minimum of, manual intervention and the "Push to Stop" concepts of the latest Speedmaster series, presented for the first time at drupa, will be investigated in a range of presentations and workshops. A new Prinect licensing concept that enables every print shop to reap the benefits of integrated, automated production will also be presented. The User Days will also be taking a look at the topic of digital printing.

"The Prinect User Days have become something of an institution within the industry. They are an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues and experts from the field to share experiences and information about the latest workflow trends. This year, the Smart Print Shop and the digitization and automation of all processes is the central focus," explained the speaker of the organizational team, which comprises eight international Prinect customers.

The event is aimed at all Prinect users and those interested in the topic of workflows. Further information on the program and the agenda, as well as on how to register, is available at



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