Prepress automation company Soltect is teaming up with Currie Group and software developer Pent Net for two seminars on automating prepress and print to boost profits.
Soltect says the seminars will show how ‘true automation’ can streamline prepress and printing so businesses can work more efficiently and maximise the profits from every job.
By automating processes it says businesses can handle more work in each shift, with fewer staff to perform manual tasks, which not only cuts operating costs but raises the job count and reduces the number of errors requiring reruns.
The seminars will be held in Sydney on February 17 and in Melbourne on February 19, at the Currie Group offices in both cities.
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Soltect managing director Yves Roussange says they are designed for directors, general managers and managers of print operations interested in achieving greater productivity and faster turnaround.
“Automation is the key to unlocking their business’s potential through better performance and higher profit margins by moving into a push system,” he says.
“Every printer is seeking those benefits, and we can show them how. This is not about more or faster printing equipment; it is about working smarter and faster with what you already have.”
Printers who have installed higher automation will speak about their experiences, and how they analysed their processes to find new potential.
Also speaking at the seminars is Maxim Heyndrickx, international sales account manager at software company Enfocus, which specialises in developing tools to control the quality of PDF files for print and to automate workflow processes.
The company’s products streamline workflow throughout the production chain – from design to final print. Heyndrickx will fly in from Europe to speak with printers about new opportunities in business automation.
The seminars will also feature demonstrations of developments in Indigo digital print and finishing technology, while showcasing automated print processes.
Currie sales and marketing director Phillip Rennell says the seminars will “provide printers with a new perspective on their business processes, and opportunities to view what the latest Indigo digital print technology can deliver in quality and performance.”
Bookings are required and can be made by contacting Soltect’s Roussange on 0416 180 660 or [email protected]
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