MIS Improves Efficiencies at Ashland University

By adding a management information system, Ashland University’s in-plant has greatly improved its productivity and can quickly access accurate job data to create reports.

Director Paul Jones explains to a visiting group of Ashland University Digital Art students how CIP3 data is sent to the press console to set the ink keys on the Heidelberg Speedmaster 52.

Paul Jones gives a demonstration to a group of students.

Intern Katie Jo Shreves uses the EFI Fiery Command Workstation to set the size and type of paper in the tray before sending a job to the Canon imagePRESS C6000.

Press operator Mike Collins imports a job into the Prinect CP2000 control console on the in-plant’s four-color Heidelberg Speedmaster 52.