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  • Ryan McAbee
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  • 19 December 2019

Three Workflow Resolutions for 2019

This quarter, Keypoint Intelligence - InfoTrends' Ryan McAbee, Director, Production Workflow offers three tips for workflow resolutions to make in 2019. We'll visit each of these in-depth throughout the year to help keep you on track.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 25 October 2018

Three Hacks That Will Make Your Customers' Production Print Workflow More Efficient

Three Hacks That Will Make Your Customers' Production Print Workflow More Efficient Businesses of all shapes and sizes rely on production printing as part of their customer communications, marketing and billing functions. But as vital as it may be, production print can also be slow, costly and complicated. Where processes are manual, they are prone

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 25 June 2018

What is Production Workflow and Why Should Dealers Care?

What is Production Workflow and Why Should Dealers Care? Article six of our "The 6 'W’s' of Production Print Workflow" series, focusing on the who, what, why, where, when and how's of production print and part of our "Production Print Workflow Education Series" to understand Production Print Workflow.

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 18 June 2018

The Real Reason Printing Companies are Reluctant to Invest in Workflow Automation

This is the third and final article in a series that attempts to answer the question of why companies are reluctant to invest in workflow automation software. In the first article, we dispelled five myths, and in the second we looked at research. In this article, we will try to identify the true underlying reason for the lack of investment.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 25 May 2018

When Is A Good Time to Talk to Your Customers About Production Print?

Timing is Almost Everything Article five of our "The 6 'W's' of Production Print Workflow" series, focusing on the who, what, why, where, when and how's of production print and part of our "Production Print Workflow Education Series" to understand Production Print Workflow. In some of our previous "Six W's of Production Print" series, we learned

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 17 May 2018

Why Printers Don’t Invest in Workflow: Survey Says…

Why Printers Don't Invest in Workflow: Survey Says… This is the second article in a series of three that attempts to answer why companies are reluctant to invest in workflow automation software. In the first article, we dispelled five myths. We will focus on data in this article. According to the Idealliance "2017 Capital Investment

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 19 March 2018

What You Don't Know about Costs Can Hurt You - Part 2

How long it should take to perform a task (create an estimate, enter orders, etc.) has always been a mystery because there is little to no comparable data. Recently however, Chris Bondy and Wesley Odell from the RIT School of Media Sciences published a report.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 07 August 2017

Bold Moves for the Future Print 17 Panelist Closeup- UPMC

This article is the first of a series introducing each of the three in-plant panelists on the Print 17 panel I'll be moderating September 11th titled "In-Plant Panel: Bold Moves for the Future." The session features in-plant leaders in Healthcare, Higher Education and non-profit.

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  • Pat McGrew
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  • 15 May 2017

InfoTrends InfoBlog: Solution Focus- RSA's Vendor Neutral Options

In a recent blog, Pat McGrew, Director Keypoint Intelligence InfoTrends Production Workflow Service, wrote that getting to an automated workflow requires the right tools and work plan. McGrew explained that while some organizations rely on their hardware vendor for workflow tool recommendations, some organizations require independent

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 13 December 2016

Re-envision Your In-Plant Workflow This Holiday

It easy to get nostalgic around the holidays. As I write this, I am in the Northeast at holiday time which brings back memories of an earlier era, 25 years ago, when I first thought about production workflows in a quick copy shop, PostScript service bureau and the prepress department of a printer.

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  • Vince Tutino
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  • 06 December 2016

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 10 Key Take Aways

I covered a lot of ground in this series on Web to Print Best Practices for In-plant Print Centers: installation, roll out, marketing and selling the capabilities of the system, user adoption (both the print shop and users), pricing, production and automation and expanding the print shop's reach and

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 21 September 2016

Fenton Insights from In-plant Print Center Insourcing Interviews

As I write this blog, I am completing a series of interviews with in-plants offering services to outside companies (insourcing) for an upcoming article in In-Plant Graphics Magazine (IPG). I vividly remember the first time I heard the term insourcing, because I struggled to figure out what

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 23 May 2016

Ownership and Licensing Web to Print Software

At RSA, a common question we hear is "Who should I acquire my Web to Print solution from?" Our recommendation is to expand the question to include ownership of the software license. Acquiring the software from you primary production print vendor is generally the best option— provided that you have provisions to own the software

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 31 August 2015

The Art of In-Plant Restoration and Renewal

By Guest Blogger Mike Lincoln Northern Regional Manager, Colorado State Printer (This blog post first appeared on the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) blog) Many of us have been through some type of business transformation; in the printing/publishing industry, it's inevitable. You have to reinvent and innovate or you will drift into obscurity. For those

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 15 August 2015

GRAPH EXPO In-Plant Panelist John Sarantakos; Champions Engage for the Future

This GRAPH EXPO Session, Learn from Leading In-plants By Elisha Kasinskas, Marketing Director, Rochester Software Associates, Inc. This article is the second of an in-depth series introducing each of the four in-plant panelists on the GRAPH EXPO panel I'll be moderating on Sept 14, titled In-Plant Panel: Champions Engage for the Future." The session

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 03 August 2015

GRAPH EXPO In-Plant Panelist Karen Meyers; Champions Engage for the Future

In-plant Panel Champion: Michigan Farm Bureau Engages for the Future at Upcoming GRAPH EXPO Panel By Elisha Kasinskas, Marketing Director, Rochester Software Associates, Inc. This article is the first of an in-depth series introducing each of the four in-plant panelists on the GRAPH EXPO panel I'll be moderating on September 14th, titled In-Plant Panel: Champions

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 24 July 2015

GRAPH EXPO 2015 In-Plant Panel Session: 'Champions Engage for the Future'

"In-plant Panel: Champions Engage for the Future" GRAPH EXPO Session R 13 By Elisha Kasinskas, Marketing Director, Rochester Software Associates A perennial favorite, the in-plant panel at GRAPH EXPO is back again. This year, the session, titled "In-Plant Panel: Champions Engage for the Future," will be held on Monday, Sept. 14 from 8:30 – 10

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