Join us for Building Better Workflows: a Seybold Report Conference on Thursday, May 22, 2014 in Philadelphia! All of the speakers will address the topic with recent industry case studies and/or analysis. We (attendees and speakers) will discuss how printing and publishing companies can make best use of software, hardware, and labor to build the most effective workflows. The event is geared toward senior executives, consultants, and analysts. The event site is now live, and we are taking registrations. The Early Bird price is $247. To learn more and register: click here.
Topics speakers will address:
- Spotting and developing core components of effective graphic arts workflows
- How to determine the best time to undertake workflow changes (start of a project, planning stages, before something is going wrong or even during the middle of a project disaster)
- Approaches for winning enterprise acceptance of proposed changes
- Best ways to anticipate and eliminate unintended consequences of proposed changes
- Technology challenges senior managers face when trying to re-engineer and re-work workflows and how to overcome these challenges
Confirmed Speakers Include:
Scott Tully, Solutions Architect, NAPC (formerly a PDF Workflow Specialist)
Scott Tully is NAPC's Solutions Architect, a role defined by Scott's intuitive ability to meld people, process and technology to produce consistent, measurable outcomes. Scott's objective, metrics-driven approach to workflow engineering, combined with his engaging leadership style allow him to deliver solutions which liberate content creators, empower users, electrify the digital supply chain, and reward stakeholders. See LinkedIn for more on Scott's career path, accomplishments and awards at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/scotttully/
LinkedIn endorsement of Scott Tully: "Scott is one of the few colleagues I highly respect in the industry. He is extremely knowledgeable in all facets of prepress and print production. He is very precise and thorough in any task that he takes on. A person who gives all he has to a project, formulating and implementing workflows with precision."
Case Study Presenters and Speakers:
Case study presentations will involve a graphic arts professional/senior executive discussing how their company re-worked a complex workflow, including the obstacles they faced and how they overcame them. Some case study presentations will also involve a service provider representative to explain their role in the process. But, no commercials! We promise!
Speakers: Ellen Faith Hurwitch, Director of Operations: the Americas, RED TIE and Betty Maul from FrontEnd Graphics.
About Betty:(Angel Galiazzi-Serrano,Manager of Donor Relations at Multiple Sclerosis Association of America) I've had the pleasure of working with Betty and her team at FrontEnd Graphics on numerous projects. Betty and her team has helped me with projects that were tight on deadline, needed creative input, or just print. Of all the project we have worked on together, they are always professional. Their work is accurate, clean, and always on time!