After obtaining a bachelor's degree in Graphic Arts, Piet started his career as a software support engineer at Esko. This immediately made him realize the vital importance of automation within an organisation.
Passionate about the web, he became an online marketer at Thomas More university college, gained a lot of digital marketing experience and re-joined Esko in the Enfocus business unit.
Today he's in charge of driving interest for the Enfocus automation solutions. As you're reading this after reading an entire article, he might think he succeeded...
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.
Enfocus PitStop Server has been around a while. That’s because it works. And it works very well. In not so many words, it’s a centralized PDF validation and repair tool. Okay, maybe we should put it into more words. PitStop Server allows you to put all of your automated PDF preflight and correction on one server. That means anyone in your shop can drop files into hot folders and let PitStop Server run Preflight Profiles and Action Lists.
Homegrown to full-on automation at Printed.com
There are plenty of reasons to visit Enfocus in Chicago and Dallas this October. No reason to struggle over whether you'll attend PRINT19 or Printing United. Enfocus will be at both!
Automation gives employees more freedom to express their creativity. Especially in a communication agency, it reduces the repetitive and boring tasks and allows people to do creative work.
In this Podcast from the Printerverse, Deborah Corn, Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse talks about the stages of automation with Andrew Bailes-Collins, Senior Product Manager and Toon Van Rossum, Product Manager.