Human nature is to adapt, overcome, and survive. We can’t help it. It’s what we do as a species. What we do as an industry isn’t all that different. Not that long ago, the general consensus would tell you that printers most certainly cannot work from home.
The Enfocus Virtual Safari 2020 has come to a close. We held three sessions each Thursday in April and May. Thank you to all of our presenters and thank you to all who attended. If you happened to miss out on one of the sessions, the recordings are available at: Enfocus Virtual Safari 2020
The Enfocus Virtual Safari 2020 kicked off recently. During the first week, Ludovic Martin, Senior Consultant – Digital Strategy and eCommerce, gave his insights on how prepress automation can help online printers in the price war.
The Enfocus Virtual Safari 2020 opening session was an informative hour. The roundtable discussion included industry panelists: Wim Fransen, Managing Director, Enfocus; Richard Romano, Chief Editor, WhatTheyTh!nk; Timothy Freeman, President, Printing Industries Alliance; and Jos Steutelings, Managing Director of VIGC.
Working from home, wherever possible, has been recommended by the WHO (World Health Organisation) in an effort to create social distancing. The health of our communities is and should be a priority for everyone. If at all possible, please work from home. For those who are home-working, we are giving out temporary PitStop Pro licenses. PitStop Pro users should check their inbox for instructions.
Enfocus was a Silver Sponsor of the 2019 Avanti User Group Conference in Nashville. The event was graciously hosted at the Loews Vanderbilt hotel, where Avanti Classic and Avanti Slingshot® users engaged in four days of insights, announcements and round-table discussions.