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21 Sep 2018 by Toon Van Rossum

The times they are a-changin’! You automate more than you think

More deadlines, more short runs, more custom jobs: today more than ever, automation is crucial for printers to stay afloat. Still, many printers aren’t convinced of the benefits automation would bring to their business, even though they automate more in their daily lives than they think. Are you, too, a non-believer? Then let the facts convince you otherwise!

17 Sep 2018 by John Dean

Hundreds of wide-format templates replaced with smart automation at Bernard Group

Wide Format Automation

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.

 

16 Jul 2018 by Toon Van Rossum

Why email proofing will always be a pain. Unless …

Ever since mail was invented, email proofing has been common practice. Instead of having clients proof hard copies, printers send them PDF files for approval via email. However, email proofing is inefficient, not to mention error-prone. Fortunately, there is a simple solution at hand.     

26 Jun 2018 by Toon Van Rossum

Why no automation software is complete without dashboards

Think dashboards are just another trend in automation software that will soon blow over? Think again. According to Infotrends (*), the dashboarding trend is clearly alive, kicking and unlikely to decline anytime soon. Which isn’t all that surprising, considering the added value data visualization through dashboards creates. Read on to keep your finger on the pulse!

13 Mar 2018 by Deborah Corn

PODCAST: Why automation is key to print business success

Enfocus Managing Director, Wim Fransen chats with Podcast host and industry commentator, Deborah Corn, about the future of print and some of the interesting changes Enfocus is witnessing in the market. 

1 Mar 2018 by Piet De Pauw

Stop the presses! The more printers check, the less errors they prevent

Two pairs of eyes are better than one, right? Not necessarily. In fact, statistics show that the more people look for mistakes in a print job, the less errors they prevent.