NAPCO and Ricoh: Deliver More Revenue Opportunities by Unlocking the 5 Stages of Your Print Production

How do you unlock the 5 stages of your print production ecosystem to deliver more revenue opportunities?

It’s all in the smooth handoff.

No job succeeds or fails at a single point in the print production process. No matter the size of your plant or facility, limiting human touchpoints on a job through automation and having a smooth handoff from step to step – from input to delivery – is your path to efficiency and improved profitability.

Join our expert panel featuring Pat McGrew, Managing Director of the McGrew Group, Ryan McAbee, Chief Analyst at Pixel Dot Consulting and Linnea Wolken, Director, Global Marketing, Alliances & Operations, Ricoh Graphic Communications Group in a lively discussion on how to capitalize on opportunities for new business and profits by enabling smooth transitions through each step:

  1. Input: Much More Than File Submission
    • This is the starting block that captures job orders using a process that standardizes every element. Given the potential variability of each job, how files are entered often determines the outcome.
  1. Manage: Performance Matters
    • Track every step of the job through estimating, scheduling, relying on real-time data to maximize your resources and provide the ability to quickly course correct to ensure a smooth production process.
  1. Prepare: Looking Towards the Finish Line
    • Visualizing what the result looks like and preparing for the output is the key to avoiding costly obstacles and pitfalls that hinder your bottom line.
  1. Produce: Make it Happen
    • Optimize the job files so the output matches the customer’s intentions.
  1. Output: Finish and Regroup
    • Deliver the best product possible based on customer specifications and take corrective action over any issues that may have arisen before inputting the next job.

This is a don’t miss event, register now to learn how to reduce unnecessary costs and stop leaving money on your shop floor.