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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 10 May 2021

Why Killing E-Mail Orders Matters for Your Recovery

Do you realize how much time and labor costs are associated with processing e-mailed orders? Do you understand the total cost of operation and the savings you could achieve by automating order entry? Find out in this post where we discuss the time, costs and production challenges of accepting e-mail orders and how a Web to Print solution can save you money and accelerate your recovery.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 27 August 2018

Workflow Flossing Print 18 Panelist Closeup- Sanford Health

Sanford Health to Discuss Workflow Streamlining Initiative in Print 18 Session This is the first article introducing each of the three in-plant panelists for the Print 18 "In-Plant Panel: Workflow Flossing" session that I'll be moderating on September 30th. The panel features in-plant leaders in Healthcare, Government and Higher Education. Reducing or keeping costs low

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 12 June 2017

Webinar 6/28: Optimize Ordering and Print Center Efficiency with Web-to-Print

Increasing efficiency and improving the customer ordering process should be key goals for every in-plant. In this June 28th webinar (2pm ET|11am PT) you will learn how the State of Oregon's Publishing & Distribution unit plans to accomplish both of these objectives by implementing Web to print technology. Ranked as the country's fourth largest government in-plant,

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 25 November 2016

Web to Print Reduces Production Costs 20-50%

Calculating the Savings Associated with Web to Print In a recent seminar, while discussing the advantages of software automation, I mentioned that Web to print software can reduce manufacturing costs between 20-50%. Immediately, someone in the audience asked how that was possible when the cost of paper alone is 25% of the price

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  • Vince Tutino
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  • 26 October 2016

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 4 Pricing Best Practices

Most in-plants have a published price list that covers their common services that may include a selection of papers, B/W and Color printing, wide format, finishing, services like laminating and foam core, and specialty products. Consumers today want simple and fair

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  • Vince Tutino
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  • 04 October 2016

Web to Print Best Practices Series: 7 Marketing and Sales Best Practices

Best Practices for Marketing Web to Print for In-plant Print Centers The third article in our Web to Print Best Practices series about how in-plants can successfully implement and use Web to print software covered "6 installation best practices." In this fourth post, I'll focus on a topic closely related to rolling out your Web

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 14 June 2016

3 Steps for More Effective Workflow Software Implementations

In previous blogs and white papers we have talked about the critical success factors (CSF) required for the implementation of Web to print solutions. One CSF is that leading in-plants are more effective at implementing new software. Why are some in-plants better at implementation? Because they make better choices early in the process. 

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 31 May 2016

Webinar 6/15: A Web to Print Evolution- How one company used technology to save millions

Sun Life Financial Enables Salesforce and Efficiencies with Web to Print  Life is certainly brighter for Sun Life Print Services as the in-plant has evolved its Web to print solution over the last four years. In this June 15th 2pm EDT  In-plant Graphics webinar sponsored by RSA, you’ll learn how this multi-location financial services in-plant

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 11 April 2013

Build a Better In-Plant: Four VDP Tips to Get You Started

This quarter's tips are VDP strategies to start your variable business. Part of RSA's "Build a Better In-Plant" series Every in-plant manager struggles with a constant shift of customer priorities. In the middle of those requests is one for a customizable promotional piece for sales.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 13 August 2012

Debbie Gallagher Reveals Government Secrets at GRAPH EXPO Session

Tell-All Success Stories from the Field– Session Panelist Close Up This article is the third of a four part in-depth series introducing each of the successful in-plant panelists at the headliner event for the new in-plant education track at GRAPH EXPO. Early in her tenure, Debbie focused on integrating state print and mail operations, leading the development of print-to-post (variable data print) processes at P&D and extended one-stop printing, mailing and delivery services to cities and counties.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 07 July 2012

Announcing In-Plants Voted to Speak on GRAPH EXPO In-Plant Panel 10/8

"Empowered In-plants: Tell-All Success Stories from the Field" RSA to moderate this first-ever in-plant panel. Contact moderator, Elisha Kasinskas for details. By Elisha Kasinskas, Marketing Director In-plants and corporate print centers from all over voted in May for who they wanted as the "dream team" of top successful in-plants on the first ever in-plant panel at

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 06 June 2012

Phil Larson to Tell All at GRAPH EXPO In-Plant Session

This article is the second of a four part in-depth series introducing each of the successful in-plant panelists. This week the panelist we'll check in with is Phil Larson, president of Shepherd Consulting OK, formerly director of AFPress and grafaccent at American Fidelity Insurance in Oklahoma City, OK.  Phil's expertise includes management and development of converged corporate in-plants (data center and transactional printing, IT, fleet, mail and print) and commercial in-plants for smaller businesses.

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