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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 continue facing unprecedented challenges in 2021. To help Prokom members through this period of uncertainty, we’ve created several valuable resources to help your print company stay on track and develop smarter ways of working.
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.
staffing options in a crisis
There is a difference between fiddling whilst the ship sinks and organising the rescue operation. Josh Bersin said that there is a difference between “what has changed now” and “what has changed forever” – a crucial difference to inform our business planning. Here are some of our ideas for staying business savvy with your staffing options in difficult times.
managing cash flow in a crisis
All businesses must keep a positive cash flow and make a profit in the long run to keep the business running, offer a return to their shareholders and allow reinvestment for the future. Having control of your finances in a time of crisis is absolutely critical. Therefore all business planning for a crisis must include the critical step where the finance manager/director takes the lead and runs the numbers to check what is proposed works financially, and if not prompts a fresh review.View Guide
is your brand digitally prepared?
Due to recent developments relating to COVID-19, the way you communicate with your audience will need to change and adapt. Not only should you focus on reacting to the ‘right now’, you should also prepare for how your brand will need to act in the future. It is important to anticipate how your audience’s behaviours could change in the next few months, but also the effect this will have in the long term.View Slides