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Best Practices for Print Automation

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At Automation Solutions Network meetings, members tell their stories and talk about what they've done, why they did it, and what they got out of it; but they also talk about common problems, issues, and solutions.

In short, Best Practices for Print Automation is a collection of that valuable advice.

It is neither a textbook nor written as a guide or reference; it is simply a valuable collection of things that you'll be glad you learned NOW, rather than LATER.
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Since 2008 the Automation Solutions Network (formerly the JDF Users' Group) has been a gathering point for printers and supporting vendors working on implementations of automated printing.

Automation Solutions Network (ASN) member printers include large and small printers; web, sheetfed, and digital printers; and in-house corporate, national, and family-owned printers--that is to say, a wide range of printers.

At ASN meetings, members tell their stories and talk about what they've done, why they did it, and what they got out of it; but they also talk about common problems, issues, and solutions.

In short, ASN members have learned from each other.

Best Practices for Print Automation is a collection of that valuable advice. It is neither a textbook nor written as a guide or reference; it is simply a collection of things that you'll be glad you learned now, rather than later.

Table Of Contents

• Benefits of JDF-enabled Process Automation
• Challenges Each Printer Will Face
• Phased Approach for JDF-enabled Print Automation
• Change Management
• Obtaining C-Level Support
• Working with Vendors
• Training
• Working with Customers
• Technical Considerations
• Operational Considerations
• Top 15 Tips for a Successful Implementation

About the Automation Solutions Network

The Automation Solutions Network meets three times per year at locations throughout the USA and Canada. Typically meetings are hosted by a member printer and each two-day program includes a plant tour. Members also are part of an email forum which is used to share ideas, ask questions, and get answers. For more information please visit www.printing.org/automation/

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