Every part of your print operation generates valuable data that can benefit your business. Does your team have visibility to any of this real-time job data? Can you take that information further with analysis to make more informed business investments and improve the productivity and efficiency of your operation?
Visualizing the data you get from automated workflow management and analytics software is a powerful way to understand your operations and drive growth. Join us on October 19th, as we introduce the integration between RICOH ProcessDirector™ and RICOH Supervisor™, designed to help businesses visualize comprehensive data from printers, inserters, finishing equipment, jobs and documents, and turn that data into actionable insights.
Join us to learn:
- How to unlock the benefits of operational data to drive growth
- How to distill your data into dashboards and reports for improved visibility
- Ways to apply insights from your data across your business
- Commercial and transactional printer successes leveraging data analysis and visualization
Meet the Presenters
Linda has contributed to the print industry in pivotal roles for nearly 40 years. Starting at IBM in Boulder, Colorado, she had a big impact on the usability and success of the early AFP printers and software, and was among the original team who brought Infoprint ProcessDirector to the market in 2007. After serving in many roles on the RICOH ProcessDirector™ team, Linda is now the Product Owner, bringing the voice of the customer to the product development team in order to deliver the best solutions into the market for overall customer success.
Lisa is a Colorado native who has always had a passion for print. Before beginning in product marketing at Ricoh, she worked in the commercial print segment for more than 20 years. Her experience encompasses all aspects of the print workflow: production management, scheduling, planning and advanced prepress integration from Kodak, Agfa, Screen and many more. Her fluency in offset and digital technologies has served her well in the product marketing landscape where Lisa manages commercial print software solutions. Always a customer advocate, Lisa applies their feedback to help develop better products for their business success.