“In the past, we would need to substitute high-resolution images with low-resolution images for client review and approval, as we couldn’t send large files on the network,” said Wellcom’s Network and Communications manager, Robert Broomhead.
“Our increased network capacity has eliminated the need to do this, so we now see fewer errors in finished artwork and spend less time in the editing suite, as well as reducing the number of versions for customer approval, which also benefits our customers,” he said.
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