Quality and performance are everything in printing production.
For sheetfed/cutsheet printing solutions, meeting those standards for digital high-speed, high-volume jobs for commercial, transactional and in-plant printers can pose some challenges, particularly around queue management, media handling and cost controls.
The workflow evaluation process can help customers assess their current processes and identify the best tools and processes to boost their overall quality and performance.
Our Ricoh experts Andy Young, Global Product Manager and Debbie Pavletich, Director Business Consulting Practice Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group discuss the methodology of a workflow evaluation through a real-world use case which will highlight applications for:
- Order intake
- File make-ready
- Printing production
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Meet the Presenters
As the Global Business Development Manager for Ricoh Graphic Communications Andy specializes providing product and business development leadership for both customers and Ricoh teams around the world. An entrepreneur at heart, Andy grew up with strong roots in the industry being raised in the family printing business. Later starting his own electronic publishing services company specializing in early applications of Adobe Acrobat and PDF technology, his business was acquired by IKON Office Solutions, now Ricoh USA. With a print career spanning 25+ years, Andy continues to drive high-value customer-centric workflow solutions for the Ricoh Global Production WorkFlow Software and Solutions division.
As a 30-year industry veteran and in-plant print expert, Debbie partners with clients to identify opportunities within their organizations to implement technologies that help minimize cost, streamline processes, increase throughput, improve operational efficiency, and strengthen and communicate business value. Her customer-centered approach and experience leading print industry teams enables her to collaboratively develop solutions that are in alignment with organizational objectives.