You might be surprised to learn that as we increase automation in our print production workflows, we can create new issues or bottlenecks. Overcoming these issues is called the GAP analysis, and the most common bottlenecks they combat.
Just because you’re measuring does not mean you’re improving. Here are common challenges faced by graphic arts companies, and suggestions on what they should be measuring.
Historically, only the largest print shops have had the high volumes, deep pockets and available floor space required to justify seven-figure inkjet acquisitions. Fortunately, those times are changing.
To remain competitive and reduce manufacturing costs, many print providers are turning to software automation tools and process improvement strategies.
With close to 1,500 Web-to-print orders coming in each day, this multichannel print management company turned to an automated workflow solution.
Barksdale Portraits discusses their adoption of automated workflows that reduced packing and shipping from 3 weeks to 3 hours
“Can I have it in an hour?” It’s a question that would have raised a laugh in the not-too-distant past, but is commonplace today. See how leading print providers are hitting these demanding turnarounds.
Zero downtime: the Holy Grail of printing and the dream for printers everywhere. Here are tips to push your productivity to eleven.