Know Your Numbers: Maximize Your Current Performance with Data
Sponsored by: Heidelberg Bryon Rogman, Prepress Supervisor, Great Northern Corporation and Stephen Riffel, Plant Manager, Abeka Print Shop
Bryon Rogman, Prepress Supervisor, Great Northern Corporation and Stephen Riffel, Plant Manager, Abeka Print Shop
Many people think that the only way to improve or increase the current productivity or output of their shop is by investing in new technology. But with the uncertainty of today’s market, it’s not always possible to make a new investment. What if you could maximize the current performance of your business by simply understanding and leveraging your production metrics? With the right data, training, and maintenance in place, printers throughout the country are seeing marked improvements in their overall output and efficiency – without making changes or investments to their current press technology.
Learn how two Heidelberg customers were able to maximize their current assets and take their output performance to the next level by taking a good, hard look at their production data. In this webinar, learn:
- How with the right tracking tools in place, like Heidelberg Assistant, it’s quick and easy to see and understand your production KPIs, set goals, and identify potential service issues before they cause downtime
- How with Heidelberg’s Lifecycle Performance Advisors, you can evaluate your entire business to identify and eliminate bottlenecks that may be inhibiting your overall potential and bottom line
- How understanding your job mix and standardizing your stock choices and consumables can greatly streamline your overall throughput
- How to create a plan to get your staff engaged in the transformation process and hold them accountable for the improvements
Your shop may be much closer than you think to reaching the next level of profitable performance. After this webinar, you’ll know how to take the final steps that will get you there. Register today!
Sponsored by Heidelberg
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