In-Plants: Game-Changing Strategies for Adding Value

February 14, 2014

By Elisha Kasinskas, Marketing Director, Rochester Software Associates, Inc.RSA

In this five video series, we provide a template for how an in-plant can meet today's challenges by increasing the value of the print center in their organizations. Here we showcase four top in-plants that are serving more customers, capturing more work, and positioning themselves as a strategic asset rather than a cost center.

Five Video Series Outlines and Applies Steps In-Plants Can Take to Add Value
Watch the five video series and learn how to add strategic value by:

  • Assessing your position in your organization
  • Evaluating your customer base and services
  • Aligning your goals and objectives with the organization's
  • Identifying key actions other in-plants have taken

In-Plant Game Changing Strategies

Click on the image to see the in-plant video series.

View the case study videos for specific examples of how four top in-plants in four verticals are applying the above steps to add strategic value:

  • Health Care : University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is saving millions
  • Financial Services : Transamerica is driving sales with decreased turnaround, with the application paying for itself in one year
  • K-12 : Blue Valley Schools is saving almost 50,000 teacher hours annually, has increased volume 735% without adding staff and saves $100k in chargebacks per year
  • Higher Education : Fox Valley Technical College is increasing volume without increasing staff, with significant volume and customer satisfaction increases.

Learn more by downloading the related whitepaper: “In-Plants: Do You Know Where Your Print Is?”

View the Entire In-Plant Leader Video Series
Interested in other topics? View the entire in-plant print center leader video series to watch top in-plant printers share their secrets of success, discuss how they add value, grow volume, automate, save and more.

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