Courses

  • 6 Lessons

    how to achieve consistent results and reduce cost with colour control

    Colour is now the life-blood of every print business and critical to its continued growth and success. The world of print is moving to full colour; we have seen a dramatic transition from mono print to full colour in office documents and commercial print applications. In the current operating climate there is no place for poor colour control or inconsistent print results either in offset or digital.
  • 7 Lessons

    how to improve efficiency with workflow & it

    There is absolutely no doubt that the print industry is being radically transformed by the growth of digital print and competition from other communication channels like email, SMS and the Internet. In this increasingly complex environment automated workflow is now becoming critical to simplify processes, reduce cost and speed up delivery times.
  • 6 Lessons

    how to profit from better productivity

    Print providers need to give their full attention to the core business of producing printed products more efficiently. Average job value is decreasing as run lengths decline so print providers have to print more jobs just to survive and therefore improving operational efficiency is critical. Understanding what is happening in your business and managing by facts and data to improve results is essential.
  • 5 Lessons

    shaping colour control to business

    Colour is now the life-blood of every print business and critical to its continued growth and success. The world of print is moving to full colour; we have seen a dramatic transition from mono print to full colour in office documents and commercial print applications. In the current operating climate there is no place for poor colour control or inconsistent print results either in offset or digital.
  • 4 Lessons

    shaping inline finishing to business

    Over the last five years the printing industry has become increasingly commoditized and struggled to add value. Finishing, traditionally seen as an after thought and production bottleneck, is now being viewed as a critical stage in production and a way to differentiate products and create added value. It is not unusual for finishing to be as much as 40% of the production costs and often where all the value creation can be destroyed through poor quality control. SME printers have woken up to the fact that investing modest sums in finishing equipment can gain significant productivity improvements and reduce cost.
  • 4 Lessons

    shaping workflow to business

    There is absolutely no doubt that the print industry is being radically transformed by the growth of digital print and competition from other communication channels like email, SMS and the Internet. In this increasingly complex environment automated workflow is now becoming critical to simplify processes, reduce cost and speed up delivery times.
  • 6 Lessons

    how to achieve consistent results and reduce cost with colour control

    Colour is now the life-blood of every print business and critical to its continued growth and success. The world of print is moving to full colour; we have seen a dramatic transition from mono print to full colour in office documents and commercial print applications. In the current operating climate there is no place for poor colour control or inconsistent print results either in offset or digital.
  • 7 Lessons

    how to improve efficiency with workflow & it

    There is absolutely no doubt that the print industry is being radically transformed by the growth of digital print and competition from other communication channels like email, SMS and the Internet. In this increasingly complex environment automated workflow is now becoming critical to simplify processes, reduce cost and speed up delivery times.
  • 6 Lessons

    how to profit from better productivity

    Print providers need to give their full attention to the core business of producing printed products more efficiently. Average job value is decreasing as run lengths decline so print providers have to print more jobs just to survive and therefore improving operational efficiency is critical. Understanding what is happening in your business and managing by facts and data to improve results is essential.
  • 5 Lessons

    shaping colour control to business

    Colour is now the life-blood of every print business and critical to its continued growth and success. The world of print is moving to full colour; we have seen a dramatic transition from mono print to full colour in office documents and commercial print applications. In the current operating climate there is no place for poor colour control or inconsistent print results either in offset or digital.
  • 4 Lessons

    shaping inline finishing to business

    Over the last five years the printing industry has become increasingly commoditized and struggled to add value. Finishing, traditionally seen as an after thought and production bottleneck, is now being viewed as a critical stage in production and a way to differentiate products and create added value. It is not unusual for finishing to be as much as 40% of the production costs and often where all the value creation can be destroyed through poor quality control. SME printers have woken up to the fact that investing modest sums in finishing equipment can gain significant productivity improvements and reduce cost.
  • 4 Lessons

    shaping workflow to business

    There is absolutely no doubt that the print industry is being radically transformed by the growth of digital print and competition from other communication channels like email, SMS and the Internet. In this increasingly complex environment automated workflow is now becoming critical to simplify processes, reduce cost and speed up delivery times.