The key success factors in implementing a printed GIS will be highlighted during the webinar sponsored by Saber Limited
What TheyThink, the leading independent media organization for the global printing industry with print and digital offerings, today announced that it will host an educational webinar based on a recent white paper sponsored by Saber Limited. During the webinar, scheduled for September 29 at 1 p.m. EST, attendees will hear testimonials from companies that were featured in the white paper, titled 5 keys for a successful implementation of a printing ERP / MIS,and have the opportunity to participate in a live question-and-answer session. Saber Limited has been a PrintVis Print MIS Certified Reseller in North America since 2017.
Speakers featured in this webinar include:
- Yann Saint-Laurent, IT manager at Canada Ticket, a producer of labels and personalized labels for parking, public transport, skiing and reserved seats for theaters and sports venues;
- Richard Kouwenhoven, President and COO of Hemlock Printers, a diversified company providing offset, digital and wide format printing services as well as distribution and fulfillment; and
- John Sharp, Owner, Landmark Grafix, a large format print producer for retail, corporate, event and commercial clients located in San Leandro, California.
âSelecting and effectively implementing a Print MIS solution is arguably one of the most important decisions made by a printing company,â said Cary Sherburne, editor of What TheyThink and author of the ‘article. âWebinar attendees will get a meaningful insight into how these three very different companies approached the selection and implementation of an updated printed GIS and the benefits they achieved. All had systems in place, but each chose to seek an updated solution better suited to the demands of the 21st century. Their experiences will be useful to other companies facing similar challenges, and we are grateful that they are willing to share their experiences and expertise. “
The 5 keys to success highlighted in the white paper and which will be discussed in detail during the session include:
- Determine clear goals and objectives
- Do your due diligence
- Make sure you have adequate resources available
- Choose flexible partners who are determined to collaborate
- Be patient
To register for the webinar, visit https://whattheythink.com/webinars/244/.
To download a free copy of the white paper, 5 keys for a successful implementation of a printing ERP / MIS, visit here.
About Saber Limited
Saber Limited has been providing ERP services to small and medium-sized manufacturing companies for over 20 years. Saber is also the most experienced North American partner of PrintVis, selling and implementing PrintVis PrintMIS since 2017.
Our business is to help and advise small businesses to improve their organization and processes through better technology. We focus on fixed-cost implementations and training of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and PrintVis. We are the only PrintVis reseller in North America with certified PrintVis consultants.
Learn more about Saber and PrintVis: https://www.sabrelimited.com/printvis/. Learn more about Saber and Business Central: https://www.sabrelimited.com/dynamics-365-manufacturing-business-central/.
About what they think
What TheyThink is the leading media organization for the printing and publishing industry, offering a wide range of publications that provide unbiased, real-time market information, industry news, economic analysis and trends, peer-to-peer communication and special reports on emerging and critical technologies. events. Sections of special interest include economics, large format and signage, labels and packaging, software, print finishing, textiles and industrial printing. What TheyThink hosts webinars and live events and provides content through a syndication program, delivering content directly to related websites. Additionally, What TheyThink offers a wide range of lead generation and branding programs that help print and publishing related businesses achieve business growth. For more information on the partnership with What TheyThink, contact Eric Vessels at [emailÂ protected], Kelley Holmes at [emailÂ protected], or StÃ©phanie Papp at [emailÂ protected].