While we do l-o-v-e helping small businesses automate their way to the top, Enfocus is very much aware that larger companies, too, can sometimes use a hand when it comes to prepress and print automation. Growing faster than they can handle is a common problem that these bigger corporations experience. When their initial growth spurt is over, they find themselves faced with numerous isolated prepress and print stations – and no workflow to tie them all together. In part three of this Q&A series, we answer a great question sent to us by Oliver, CTO of a large print company.
No matter how big or small your business, a tailor-made approach to automation is your ticket to huge success. What’s that? You don’t believe us? Then by all means, read on (and be sure to check out part one of this blogpost too)! In part two of this series about prepress automation for SMEs, we answer a great question sent to us by prepress manager Thomas.
One of the best things about working for Enfocus is helping people take their business – no matter how big or small – to levels they didn’t even think were possible. We believe that even the smallest fish in the print industry are able to automate their way to huge successes thanks to our tailor-made approach. In part one of this series about prepress automation for SMEs, we answer an interesting question sent to us by prepress operator Matthew.
Everyone's thinking about it, everyone's speaking about it, yet so far few in the industry have managed to get it right. We’re talking, of course, about print automation. Over the last few years, even the most ambitious printing professionals found themselves facing what felt like a never-ending pursuit of increased efficiency on numerous levels. Automation, it seemed, was not much more than a buzz word or a privilege for the lucky few, i.e. companies with massive budgets. Well, no more!
Congratulations to Northside Graphics of Belfast, Ireland who was recently honored with an Earth Island Solutions Award for Innovation! The event was held at the Café de Paris in London. A full recollection of the evening will be available in the December issue of Print Solutions.
Congratulations to Réal Vachon, Director, Sublimart of St. Ambroise, Quebec! He has won the Enfocus - Tilia Labs drawing held at the SGIA Expo! Réal Vachon will receive an Enfocus Switch core, a one-year subscription to the tilia Griffin Pro App and one year of maintenance. But those are the details. What he's really won is a wide format automation solution for Sublimart.