by Jeroen Van Bauwel
Series of blogs
In fact, most common issues can be solved by thinking the problem through and assessing the options already out there.
At the Xeikon Café event back in March, our workflow specialist talked to different printers and, would you believe it, turns out these printers think their print setup needs to be extended. But that’s almost always not the case. What they should be contemplating is their entire solution setup and how they could easily optimize this by making better use of something they most likely already have in place.
We believe that’s the only way you can move your business forward in the competitive world of print.
So, to enhance your visit to Labelexpo, we’ve asked our workflow specialist, Jeroen Van Bauwel, to do a series of blogs on some of the most common solution setup sticklers.
Some of the blog topics
Because one question is often all it takes to make you doubt your business model. And yet one workflow implementation might be all it takes to salvage your business idea. So, why go big, when you can get accurate?
Start small, grow bigger, go bold - tune into his infinite pool of wisdom on some of these topics. Take your pick:
1. Small and confused - How to deal with a short run, small production, variable data conundrum to kick off business
2. Small and informed – growing business and need to take your variable game to the next level?
3. Growing and optimizing – take a dry toner leap (of faith) forward
4. Growing and blooming – how to make smooth integration happen
5. Grow big - automate to autonomize
6. Growing and leading – lead in, lead out, profit. Repeat.
7. Stay big – Take the Varilane: handle any size, any time, any job
None of these apply to your business? Sounds like a challenge. And as you know, we’re not ones to back down from a challenge.
Find us at Labelexpo in Hall 5 on stands 5C25-28.
P.S. Workflow is not your thing? We bet it is for your technical staff. Think they’re up for our workflow challenge? (Send them this link – let’s see if you can do better.)