Tim Bernaerdt joined Enfocus in 2013. As the Sales Operations Manager, Tim is responsible for the development of the Enfocus business in France, Spain, Benelux and the Nordics, managing the regional distributor and reseller channels.
Developing new market segments with the Enfocus automation solutions stays is at the top of his professional agenda. Tim strongly believes that all companies in any kind of business can gain tremendously from automation.
With many years of experience in the software industry, Tim has helped several companies turn technical solutions into business benefits. In an earlier experience he managed a Sales Channel with storage and private cloud solutions.
Tim holds a master degree in Physical Education. In his spare time you find him running a marathon or playing basketball.
Several weeks ago, I completed my second marathon, here in the city Ghent. While training for the 42,198 km (don’t underestimate the extra 198 meters!) and running the actual race, I had a lot of time to think. It’s during this solitary, goal-driven time that the analogy between running a marathon and setting up an automation project suddenly occurred to me. (The things you think of to take your mind off pain!)
A lot of time, effort and money goes into prepress processes, so naturally you want to get that final print right the first time. If you want to keep errors at bay to reduce prepress costs to an absolute minimum, you’ve come to the right address. Take these golden tips to heart, sit back and watch your prepress processes become more cost-effective than ever.
The 3Motion team turned to Enfocus in 2016 to help transform and automate its internal processes.
We take a look around 3Motion's facilities, to see how automation through Switch and Pitstop are helping to speed up the order processing time and provide new levels of efficiency for the team.
As we saw at the FESPA conference, there is a lot of excitement in the large format or sign and display market. The market is clearly growing, and providers are busy working on new opportunities and uncovering new markets to serve.
But this growth doesn't come easy. This growing market brings along additional challenges: increasing customer demands, more jobs to process, lower margins per job, faster delivery times, and more competition. And the challenges continue to grow.
When I talk to people about automation, they nearly always think of increased efficiency first. And while this is undoubtedly one of the biggest advantages of automation, it is certainly not the only one. Equally important is that automation raises the level of quality.