Jeudi novembre 19, 2020

Benefits and skill requirements of automation software

Rubriques : Automation

Benefits and skill requirements of automation software

Graeme Richardson-Locke FESPA’s Technical Support Manager was joined by Malcolm McKenzie, Technical Director at Colour Engine, and Andrew Bailes-Collins, Senior Product Manager at Enfocus. In this Coffee Break, the goal was to provide direction on how to get started with automating commonly repeated tasks. Print service providers can then focus on building their business.

 

 

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About Andrew Bailes-Collins

PitStop Pro 2018

Andrew Bailes-Collins is Senior Product Manager at Enfocus.

He graduated from what is now the London College of Communications and went on to serve an apprenticeship as a compositor. He has worked for a number of vendors in the printing and publishing sector, including Scangraphic, Apple and DuPont/Crosfield.

Andrew has been Prepress Manager for several high-quality printing companies in London, managing the change from conventional production techniques to digital. An early adopter of computer-to-plate and PDF workflow, Andrew then worked at OneVision Software for ten years. Initially based in the UK, before rising through the company to become Head of Product Management Europe at their head office near Munich in Germany.

Andrew joined Enfocus and moved to Belgium in 2011 and is the Senior Product Manager responsible for the PitStop family of products. He is also the Technical Officer for the Ghent Workgroup and Co-Chair of the GWG specifications sub-committee.

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