Enfocus will demonstrate at FESPA how their solutions reduce errors, improve productivity, and provide large format printers with a pathway for growing their business.
There are significant challenges that come from being a large format printer. The cost of materials, combined with the large amount of manual labour needed to produce a very small print run means there is no room for mistakes. Redoing a job is often just as expensive and time consuming as producing it the first time, negatively impacting the printer’s profitability and customer satisfaction.
Small mistakes, big problems – no more
With so much at stake, it is critical for large format printers to improve their processes and ensure that small mistakes don’t become big problems. This means that files that get submitted for production need to be right the first time, and every time.
During the five-day FESPA event, Enfocus will be educating large format printers on how to achieve this level of accuracy. Enfocus will show how their solutions – which have long been used by commercial printers – can enable large format printers to overcome their own sets of challenges and achieve success. Large format printers will have the possibility to calculate the fast ROI they will obtain by using Enfocus’ solutions.
Enfocus will be demonstrating their industry leading solutions: PitStop, Switch, and Connect. These solutions can be used separately or together, allowing users to choose the features that best meet their needs today, and expand their solutions as their business grows in the future.
Optimal, profitable output generating more business
Enfocus solutions fix any incoming document so that it outputs like intended on any press, machine or substrate. This minimizes manual pre-print actions while drastically improving turnaround time per job. These improved processes and faster turnaround times mean smaller printers can service more customers each day.
For bigger companies in the large format market, solutions from Enfocus can minimise manual intervention and maximise the daily output. Printers are able to automate repetitive tasks, and can automatically analyse incoming jobs and recommend the best-suited machine for the job. These features combined make any large format business more scalable and able to grow.
Bjorn Willems, Director of Product Management at Enfocus, says: “The universe of print continues to evolve, and large format printers need new tools to make the most out of the opportunities this evolution promises. Enfocus provides those tools, giving printers the resources to create reliable, hassle-free prepress and workflow solutions that relieve many of their operating pressures. At FESPA 2015, our goal is to educate printers on how our products can transform their business by freeing up valuable time, improving output, and generating a guaranteed return on investment.”
With the setting of FESPA 2015 taking place in Cologne, Germany, it is a home game for Impressed, the Enfocus distributor for the DACH region. Impressed and its team will therefore staff the Enfocus booth P80 and assist in demonstrating the benefits of the Enfocus solutions to the large format digital, screen and textile print FESPA audience. Martin Werder, owner of Impressed, concludes: “We see a lot of potential for the Enfocus solutions to help large format printers streamline their automation processes, freeing up valuable prepress time to haul in more orders. Our teams are ready to demonstrate on hand and on site just how much time, energy and money can be saved by automating.”
Enfocus provides modular and affordable tools safeguarding job quality and enabling automation throughout the complete production chain. Innovative solutions improve communication between design and production while enhancing productivity and predictability through automation of routine tasks.
Step-by-step deployment dramatically increases added value without forcing users to completely rethink their way of doing business. Well-known brands include PitStop, Switch and Connect.
Enfocus is a business unit of Esko and has its headquarters in Ghent, Belgium.