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Picking the right route to success

Printers are facing a perfect storm with rising job numbers, shrinking average order values, a less clear-cut distinction between the most appropriate production methods and the ever-present spectre of downward price pressure.

The brains of your printing business

UK printers first started using management information systems (MIS) in the 1980s. At the time the software was pretty rudimentary, recalls Keith McMurtrie, managing director at Tharstern, who describes those early systems as “barely more than a calculator”.

Work smarter – and make your tech work harder

It was a big ask. But Creation Reprographics wanted to get even smarter by improving connectivity of workflows, optimising processes, reducing manual workloads and improving efficiency.

We’re jamming, we hope you like jamming too

Next year the grey suits might give paintballing a miss and instead head to Calverts in Shoreditch for a spot of alternative team building.

How much heavy lifting can your computers take on?

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics have dominated every technology conference, tradeshow and summit in the past six months.

Not yet a silver bullet for workflow woes

When speaking with printers about JDF, you get a lot of negative responses. The managing director of one large commercial printer on the South Coast puts it diplomatically: “I’ve never really got on with it...” he says, declining to elaborate further.

More connectivity should usher in a smarter era

An estimated 26 billion devices will be connected to the internet by 2020, according to technology analyst Gartner. These include ‘smart’ fridges, and thermostats, as well as devices things like smartphones, tablets and TVs.

Exhibitors focus on more automation in pre-media kit

As we start the countdown to Drupa at the end of May, it’s evident that increasing automation of the end-to-end workflow will be a major theme on a lot of stands.

Why achieving marginal gains is worth the price

In winning the 2015 Tour de France last month Chris Froome did something no British rider had managed before, becoming the first to win the race two times.

Business inspection: A spacious and secure IT set-up

Migrating IT to a hybrid cloud system boosted Romax’s security, scalability and ability to collaborate.

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