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  • Rochester Software Associates
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  • 17 November 2022

Sell More Software by Educating Customers About QDirect Software’s Benefits

Not all customers are ready to upgrade their hardware, but software provides another talk track, especially when a new version is introduced. Educate yourself about the benefits of one of RSA’s latest software releases, QDirect output manager so you don’t miss a potential sales opportunity.

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  • Rochester Software Associates
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  • 25 October 2022

End the Nightmare on Production Print Street

Help clients and prospects avoid production print nightmares by sharing the benefits of how RSA software automates more processes so that they spend less time manually managing print production and operate more efficiently.

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  • Rochester Software Associates
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  • 19 September 2022

Get the Rewards of Workflow Automation

Crack the code to automating your workflow with our latest releases. Discover the rewards of automating your print production processes. Save dozens of steps in your workflow, spend less time manually managing production, and operate more efficiently day after day. With RSA's latest releases, you'll easily get more done with your existing staff and production printers.

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 09 September 2022

Prepress Automation Benefits Surpass Hiring Inexperienced Staff

If you are struggling to find new prepress staff, an alternative is to add prepress automation software. Often overlooked when hiring inexperienced staff is the increase in rework. This blog shows that prepress software automation costs less than hiring inexperienced prepress staff.

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 05 August 2022

The Shift in the Costs and Risks of Hiring VS Automation

As production volume increases and staffing remains a challenge, we have a choice to hire inexperienced staff and train them or increase the amount of automation. We compared these options and found that more rework resulted from hiring inexperienced staff, which cost more and reduced the availability of paper. When comparing hiring/training to automation, remember that the costs and risks of hiring inexperienced staff are higher now because of the staffing crisis and paper shortage.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 15 July 2022

Spotlight: The Secret to Steve DuPlessis’s Success

Steve DuPlessis of XBS Southwest’s presence at the recent IPMA conference was unusual. He was there to support his in-plant customers, to learn and educate his team, and be helpful. He is firmly committed to providing the right solution to customers, educates himself (and his team) about customer wants, needs, and trends, and takes advantage of every moment of a conference to meet, learn and grow.

  • White Paper
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  • 29 March 2022

Future-Proofing Your Business with Technology, Automation, and Tools

This white paper offers trend information about staffing, supply chain, print run trends and diversification from several In-plant Impressions and PRINTING United Alliance surveys and discusses how workflow software enables print shops to future-proof their operations. Includes two print center mini case studies and discussion of how production print workflow software solutions can future-proof your in-plant or commercial print business.

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  • Elisha Kasinskas
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  • 22 June 2021

Calculating The True Value of Workflow Automation for Your Print Shop

How do you calculate the true value of workflow automation for your shop? While no model is totally inclusive, based on our calculations, a shop with 125 jobs per week could be saving over $118,000 annually just in time savings by automating some of the steps in production by using RSA's WebCRD. To reach that conclusion, we discuss the changing landscape and misalignment with customer preferences, where to look for savings in the automation process, and explore the specific value integrated workflow solutions offer throughout the production process.

  • In-plant Impressions
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  • 05 April 2021

Future-Proofing Your In-plant Webinar

In this compelling session, learn now print centers address market trends through workflow automation, hear how a high volume in-plant uses automation to reduce the number of employees needed, and take a closer look at Web to Print, output management, and variable data composition solutions solve industry issues and create opportunities for additional services. Presenters include an in-plant that acts as a commercial printer, the In-plant Impressions Editor in Chief, and a workflow software and automation expert. Register for the free companion white paper.

  • In-plant Impressions
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  • 22 March 2021

Workflow Automation's Role in Post-COVID Recovery Webinar

Learn how workflow can help your in-plant continue to navigate the pandemic and flourish in recovery. Listen to this conversation with two in-plant managers in state government and K-12 education as they discuss the pivotal role workflow automation plays to keep their operations going during the pandemic and continues to play going forward. The session explores changes COVID-19 has brought to their workflows, product mixes and procedures, new services and more. Registration includes an eBook of tips and the webinar transcript.

  • PRINTING United Digital Experience
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  • 22 March 2021

Effective Selling Through Online Portals

Ithaca College shares how RSA’s WebCRD has allowed them to effectively sell online, automate workflow, improve efficiency, better serve customers and staff, and immediately respond to pressing needs during the pandemic.

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  • In-plant Impressions
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  • 17 March 2021

Tips for Surviving the Pandemic and Recovering

In this eBook find 13 tips, strategies and workflow automations that have helped seven production print operations in five verticals ranging from government, to education, to healthcare during the pandemic and is positioning their in-plant print centers for recovery.

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  • Rochester Software Associates
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  • 18 February 2021

Workflow Automation's Role in Post-COVID Recovery Webinar

Register now for our March 17th webinar featuring a live conversation with two in-plant managers about how their operations have adapted due to the pandemic, the pivotal role workflow automation played in keeping operations going and continues to play going forward, and which workflow products enable them to run their operations remotely.

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 14 January 2021

Are You Prepared to Accelerate your Recovery?

As we prepare for a recovery from our COVID infected businesses there are changes occurring that could help or hinder our success. Requiring staff to work from home has accelerated three challenges: reduced volumes, the difficulty finding qualified staff, and the reluctance to automate production. However, if we reposition or change how we talk about these issues they could become opportunities.  

  • PRINTING United Digital Experience
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  • 11 January 2021

Workflow Automation Offers Savings and Flexibility

Tacoma Public Schools shares how implementing Web to Print and workflow automation software has driven volume to the in-plant print center and saved thousands of dollars for the district. Hear how automation has maintained productivity, controlled costs and offered flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Howie Fenton
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  • 17 August 2018

4 Benefits of Workflow Automation. Which is your Favorite?

Over the last few months, we have been focusing on possible reasons in-plants are reluctant to invest in workflow automation. We discussed workflow myths, building the business case and infrastructure, and executives jaded due to claims of increased productivity. There is another side to this

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  • 03 August 2018

Software and Automation Trends in the In-Plant Industry

Read this In-Plant Graphics research report from a survey of nearly 200 in-plant respondents to learn how software has improved in-plant operations and the challenges that in-plants face implementing software. Software discussed includes Web to print, VDP, production print workflow software, and more. Also read about workflow automation levels, and the top workflow bottlenecks and workflow initiatives. This research project was made possible by Rochester Software Associates.

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