•  June 6, 2017
     1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Free for GLGA Members!

DTC-Logo-Vertical-Small The GLGA Digital Technology Council is proud to bring you a fantastic webinar to help you better understand the latest technology in the print industry.

Technology used in the print industry has dramatically changed over the past decade, none more than digital workflows. Why are workflows so important? Because the efficient use of labor is the best way to increase profit within your company.

During this session, the following will be discussed:

– Creating workflow efficiencies around the source of record.

– Why are efficient workflow important?

– Examples of best practices.

– What are the pit falls of trying to automate workflows?


About the Presenter:

Speaker-Nick Benkovich Nick Benkovich is a native of Sydney, Australia, with almost 30 years of industry experience. He is a seasoned international presenter and business leader previously serving in senior product management positions with both Creo and Kodak. Nick joined EFI in 2012, relocating from Vancouver, British Columbia, to the sunny San Diego shores. He currently holds the position as EFI’s Senior Director of Product Management, Productivity Software and is a member of the Productivity Software leadership team. Nick is eternally focused on customer value, continual process improvement, print automation and the JDF standards. As part of his focus on automation and industry improvement, in addition to his role at EFI he currently serves as a member of the CIP4 advisory board.


Tuesday, June 6, 2017

2:00 p.m. Eastern / 1:00 p.m. Central

FREE for GLGA members. Not-yet-members: $39 per Internet connection (you may have multiple people sit in on one connection.)

If you are paying by credit card, please make sure the billing address you provide matches what your credit card company has on file.

A confirmation email with the connection information will be sent to you a few days before the webinar.


United States

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