Secure Your In-plant's Future
To stay in business, it's crucial for your in-plant to keep costs low, but also to add new services to stay relevant. Many in-plants are finding that workflow automation software is the key to driving down their costs, freeing up staff for more important tasks and facilitating significant increases in business.
Next Wednesday, July 17, IPG is offering a webinar featuring two in-plant managers who have seen remarkable results after implementing Web-to-print and workflow automation software. IPG Editor Bob Neubauer will host this one-hour event, taking place at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT. Sponsored by Rochester Software Associates, it will feature Steve Nelles, manager of GSA Business Solutions for Ventura County, Calif., and Steve Dimond, manager of MIT Copytech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In Ventura County, automation solutions have opened up more time for the county's in-plant staff to help customers with projects, saving thousands of dollars for the county. At the same time, the in-plant has invested its savings in new services, strengthening its position.
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a new Web-to-print system has enabled dramatic increases in digital color job submissions, boosting the in-plant's customer base by an impressive 10 percent. The Web-to-print system has greatly enhanced the customer experience in document submission, streamlined document management and enabled higher-quality output.
Participants in this webinar will learn:
- How workflow automation can drive down your costs.
- How Web-to-print can bring in new business and increase revenues.
- How you can leverage this efficiency to improve your in-plant and secure its future.