Marketing Content Specialist at Enfocus
John brings a unique perspective, leveraging nearly thirty years of print production experience, technical savvy and an enthusiastic creativity. An understanding of user experience beginning in the early days of Pitstop and on through to building web-to-print workflows for commercial print positions him to provide a valuable viewpoint of Enfocus products. He is a self-proclaimed Switch Enthusiast, enjoys good XML and quiet walks from Web to Print.
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!
Whoever says print is dead is in for some shockers next year. With 2018 almost wrapped up and 2019 lurking around the corner, we can confidently say print is clearly still very much alive and kicking, and unlikely to become a thing of the past anytime soon. Better even, it seems the word on the entire print industry’s lips is ‘more’. How can we do more with less? How can we get more for less? The key enablers to solve these challenges, we predict, lie in the three main trends that will shape the print industry in 2019.
Deborah Corn, the Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse has a chat with Andrew Bailes-Collins, Senior Product Manager at Enfocus about PitStop. Enfocus PitStop is an industry recognized standard solution for quality control, correction and editing of PDF files.
The Bernard Group is a perfect example of how Enfocus Switch and tilia Labs Phoenix can really improve a business. Automation is becoming more of a must for wide-format service providers. In this short video case study, discover what the Bernard Group learned by implementing Enfocus Switch and tilia Labs Phoenix in their production environment.
Switch rockstar John Dean got a hold of the automation flow in Santa's workshop!