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When processes are automated they’re more efficient and cost effective. It’s a simple fact but it’s one that printers seem to have mixed views on. They either wholeheartedly embrace automation, or ignore it preferring to have a little bit of automation but not a totally automated workflow.
We are all going to face unprecedented challenges in the coming weeks and months. To help prokom members through this period of uncertainty, we will be focusing all of our resources towards specific and continuing support for your business.
how to make a business plan succeed
There are a number of good business practices that are needed if any business plan is to prosper and this guide pulls these together into one place for ease of implementation. This month, we are giving it away for free. Simply, fill in the form on the right and you will get this incredible resource straight away.
your operations assessment
Even if there is a recovering level of demand for goods and services, getting everyone back to work safely and effectively will not be easy. The ‘new normal’ will require many changes in both office and manufacturing. Here are the questions that will prompt a comprehensive review.Take Test
your finance assessment
Keeping a tight control of finances is vital through this very challenging period. Even if it is not your normal practice, introduce monthly accounts including a cashflow forecast. Make a sales forecast, however uncertain and review progress weekly, if not daily, towards it.Take Test