Automation – The Key to Efficiency
Learn how to automate the print
production workflow from start to finish
Corporate Member $25 / Network Member $30 / Non-member $35
To be profitable with print it is important that files are touched as little as possible. The more manual intervention the job receives the less money you make. The ideal digital workflow is automated to detect, repair, or redirect files that are not ready for production.. We will cover methods of automating the entire workflow from start to delivery. We will start with file creation, reception, and job intake using industry standard tools and scripting, and cover all the way through file editing, transfer, and advanced processes. We will cover metadata, xml ticketing, and database interaction as well as job routing and interactivity. At the end of this session you will understand which processes can be easily automated, and which tools are good candidates for use in your workflows.
Attend this Webinar and Discover:
- Methods of automating the entire workflow from start to delivery.
- Automation best practices in file creation, reception, and job intake using industry standard tools and scripting.
- File editing, transfer, and advanced processes.
- Metadata, xml ticketing, and database interaction as well as job routing and interactivity.
- Which processes can be easily automated, and which tools are good candidates for use in your workflows.
About the Presenter
Ron Ellis is a Boston-based consultant specializing in color management, worflow integration, and press calibration. He has provided installation and training services to dealers, manufacturers, and content creators since 1986. An IDEAlliance G7 Expert and chair of the GRACoL Committee, Ron has performed over 100 G7 calibrations. In addition to calibrating pressrooms for customers such as Pantone, Ron also specializes in creating internal working spaces for brands and agencies that allow them to work more efficiently with vendors, saving both time and money. Ron is published frequently in industry magazines, and has produced training materials for numerous printing industry vendors and publishers. He can be contacted at 603-498-4553 or through his web site at www.ronellisconsulting.com