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The Power of Automation

Workflow integration specialist Dan McLaughlin talks about his love for automation and how an increasing number of printing companies are asking for his help to automate their workflow.

The opportunities for automation are so powerful these days, we can automate almost anything in a print workflow. Combine Tharstern’s API with our (admittedly nerdy)...

Posted by Sophie Jackson

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Automation: Think outside the box

By now the whole printing industry understands the importance of automation, but exactly what should be automated is still somewhat of an unknown to most. If you fall into this category, you’ll be pleased to know that this is absolutely and completely normal. Because every company is different, and what you can automate in one workflow, might not work in...

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5 More Examples of Amazing Print

After writing my previous blog post, "5 examples of amazing print", I was inspired to dive back into my research and find more amazing pieces of print to share. Print really does allow you to be so creative and speak to people in a way that other forms of media can't. The following products caught my eye straight away and I couldn't help but share them! 

Posted by Millie Higham

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Why overlapping team roles and locations improves the efficiency of an integrated workflow

When preparing for an integration project, one of the best things you can do to is to look at people’s roles and where they are physically located in the business and explore the opportunities for sensible overlaps. Here’s why:

Posted by Sophie Jackson

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What is the difference between an integration project and an automation project?

You'll see us talking about automation and integration a lot as they are key topics when looking into what an MIS can do to help your print business. However, it's important to know the difference between the two, so one of our expert consultants, John Murphy, has taken us through the differences...

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5 examples of amazing print

There's a misconception that millennials only react to digital marketing. Maybe this is due to increased social media interaction from an early age or being in a period of rapid technological change. But, speaking from experience, this is far from reality.  I've found that my generation are more likely to react to physical print than digital marketing....

Posted by Millie Higham

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5 best podcasts for the printing industry

Following on from our previous post, '5 best blogs for the packaging industry', we've looked into some interesting podcasts that relate to both the printing and packaging industry. Here are 5 of which we think you'll enjoy!

Posted by Millie Higham

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5 best blogs for the packaging industry

A few months ago, we updated our ‘Best blogs to follow in the print industry’ post. Since then, we’ve found some more blogs and publications that are specifically for the packaging industry. We've put together our 5 favourites for you to have a look through and get some inspiration from*.

Posted by Millie Higham

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Consultants in the Spotlight: 9 pitfalls of an integration project

To help you prepare for a workflow integration project, one of our Consultants and integration experts, Dan McLaughlin, has put together a list of potential pitfalls you could experience, along with some advice on how to avoid them and make your project a success.

Posted by Millie Higham

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A solution to those 'exception-to-the rule' impositions that cost you time and money

Most of us already know that there are many different factors that affect how printers lay down a sheet. Quantity, media and product type are great examples, as are: finished size, specific production requirements and the artwork itself. And then there's the human factor - the "We've always done it this way" rule. Things like:

Posted by Sophie Jackson

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