All Copy Products to Feature Web-To-Print Solutions in Four Exclusive Free Seminars

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Seasoned printing expert Howard Fenton will teach commercial printers and in-house printing operations how to use Web-To-Print to boost productivity and streamline operations for a competitive edge through September seminars in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and Tempe, Ariz.

All Copy Products, the Rocky Mountain West’s premier source for business technology solutions, copiers, printers, and supplies, will conduct a series of four free seminars covering every aspect of Web-To-Print techniques and products targeting commercial print shops and in-house printing operations September 24th through September 27th at its offices in three Colorado locations and one in Arizona.

Called “Web-To-Print: Complete Solutions for Creating Improved Profitability,” these seminars will address market forces that are driving web-to-print, the range of available features, functionality, and implementation options, as well as identifying the typical stumbling blocks printers face and the common characteristics of successful implementations. The seminars will include manufacturer representatives who will demonstrate:

  •     Digital StoreFront from EFI.
  •     Marcom Central from PTI.
  •     PrintGroove from Konica Minolta.
  •     PrismaAccess from Océ.

These free seminars will be valuable for printers already using some form of Web-To-Print and those new to Web-To-Print.

Each of the four 2-1/2-hour sessions will be led by printing industry veteran Howard “Howie” Fenton, a Senior Consultant with the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), a frequent speaker on printing efficiencies, the author of two books on digital printing and variable-data printing, and a regular contributor to several printing industry publications.

“Web-To-Print is an e-commerce solution that offers a number of advantages to printers and print customers alike,” says Fenton. “For commercial and in-plant printers, Web-To-Print provides more efficiencies, streamlines production, reduces manufacturing costs and introduces a new product into the operation.”

The four free All Copy Products Web-To-Print seminars include lunch and will be held at the following locations from 11 am. to 1:30 p.m. on the dates specified. Interested participants can register at http://www.allcopyproducts.com/web-to-print or contact All Copy Products executive Tim Hardesty at thardesty(at)allcopyproducts(dot)com and 719-757-1372.

  •     Monday, September 24 – Tempe, AZ, 1407 W. Driver’s Way.
  •     Wednesday, September 26 – Fort Collins, CO, 3720 South College Ave., Suite B.
  •     Thursday, September 27 – Denver, CO, 1635 West 13th Ave.
  •     Friday, September 28 – Colorado Springs, CO, 1045 Garden of the Gods Rd., Suite I.

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Under the aegis of the All Copy Products Production Printing division, these seminars will address the critical aspects of Web-To-Print printing operations for commercial print shop owners and supervisors, quick print operators, and managers running in-house or “in-plant” printing operations. These informative and bottom-line-focused presentations will show printing managers how to:

  •     Select and successfully use Web-To-Print software.
  •     Acquire files from customers.
  •     Automate estimating.
  •     Create job jackets.
  •     Track work.
  •     Approve jobs.
  •     Transfer files to prepress.
  •     Bill work.
  •     Market Web-To-Print benefits to customers.

“Web-to-Print gives printers of any size a low-cost and highly efficient product that boosts a shop’s productivity,” says Fenton. “And print customers come to appreciate the rapid response and turn-around times the technology affords and they become repeat customers.”

As an NAPL Senior Consultant, Fenton works directly with commercial printing companies and in-plant printing operations, specializing in the areas of operations and digital production. He is a frequent printing workshop leader on such topics as workflow, customer service, estimating, prepress performance, industry benchmarking and comparisons, operational metrics, financial performance, present and potential service offerings, and competitive alternatives. Fenton’s experience positions him well to coach companies on their investment priorities, such as Web-To-Print, PDF workflows, variable data printing and digital equipment, as well as how companies can streamline their operations and train their staff to sell the value of the digital technologies. For more information on Fenton visit http://www.napl.org/HowieFenton.

All Copy Products, founded in Denver in 1975, has evolved in the past 37 years into a 21st Century leading-edge Business Technology Solutions partner with companies throughout Colorado, Arizona and Wyoming. In addition to Production Printing, the firm specializes in Managed Print Services, Document Management, IT Services, Wide Format printing, Scanning Services, Mailing Solutions, and of course copiers, printers and supplies.

For complete information on All Copy Products and its array of business technology solutions, visit http://www.allcopyproducts.com/ and call 800-332-2352.

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