Liesbet has been with Enfocus for 6 years, first as a product manager, then she became the Director of Product Management. She is an industrial chemical engineer with a post-graduate degree in general management. But that doesn't stop her from loving basketball and being a celebratory sportswoman. Liesbet focuses her endless supply of professional energy on innovation and new business models such as subscriptions and co-creation of the Enfocus Appstore. Her passion for innovation, technology, software and print drives her to wrangle new ideas from outside, into the print industry. Liesbet works to realize her belief in print automation to drive results and profitability for Enfocus customers in all avenues of print service.
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.