VLOG: Steps 4 - 6 of 9 Steps to In-plant Profitability Series

  • Howie Fenton
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  • February 12, 2020

This vlog is part two of a three-part series about the nine steps that I see that in-plants need to take to increase their financial stability. While not every in-plant has an operating model to be profitable, in-plants can use these steps to ensure that they are meeting their financial goals.

I've found that many in-plants only focus on a few of the steps. I thought that it would be helpful to discuss all nine steps in detail. In part one of this nine-steps series, I outlined all nine steps and talked about the first three steps (accurate costs, workflow automation, and up-to-date staffing strategy).

In this video, I outline steps four through six, which are productive procedures, happy customers, and the need for good metrics and KPIs.

In part three of the vlog series I'll cover the last three of the nine steps- profits and pricing strategy, utilization and growth and value-added products.

Learn More- Listen to the Webinar Replay and Download the Resource Guide

To get more detail about the nine steps, watch the webinar replay of "Nine Steps to In-plant Financial Stability" where I presented the nine steps in detail for In-plant Impressions and RSA. A special bonus is RSA's exclusive "Nine Steps for In-plant Financial Stability Resource Guide."

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Howie Fenton

Howie Fenton is an independent consultant and trusted advisor to in-plant printers. He recommends equipment, best practices and workflow automation tools to streamline operations. To learn more about measuring performance, benchmarking to leaders, and improving your value e-mail Howie@howiefentonconsulting.com

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