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Making a Lasting Impression at Binderyonics

by: Dianna Brodine Dan Griffin loves it when his company makes a good impression. From giving the customer a tour of his bright, modern facility to quality job samples prepared by hand to packing completed jobs with care, Binderyonics, Inc. of Elk Grove Village, Illinois aims to exceed customer expectations at every stage of a project. Looking for a New Way...

Investing in Equipment: Look Before You Leap

by: Brian J. Marder It's time to invest in machinery! There are a multitude of scenarios that have driven you to this conclusion. Perhaps this is something you have thought about in the past, but now the decision has become unavoidable. But where do you start? And what should you look for? Upgrade or Stagnate For whatever reason, you have concluded that...

Why Automate the Folding Function?

by: Mark Pellman, BAUM The need for automating and/or improving the folding process has become more prevalent today than ever before. Shorter run lengths can require more frequent setups. The emergence of digital short run printing has changed the imaging process but the need for bindery and folding is still there. Less setup time saves cost. Skilled bindery labor is...

Estimating and Selling Are Two Different Functions

by: Mark Porter, Dienamic MIS There are many reasons to automate the estimating function within your bindery. Faster, more consistent estimates. Re-quotes are much faster. Allows you to spend more time planning the job then crunching numbers. Letter of Confirmation faxed or e-mailed provides a more professional image. Estimate history allows you to find and analyze estimates quickly. Single entry...
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