Our Technical service options give the company highly specialised print specific support and provides experts from within the industry to support businesses in the following areas. Click on the links below for further information.
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Commercial disputes are not uncommon. Mostly they are resolved by mutual negotiation between the parties. But not always. From time to time, in the printing and packaging industries intractable disputes arise. Usually these relate to print quality or problems with equipment or software – and they can be costly if the dispute has to be settled in court.
18 August 2009
Implementing and maintaining an Information Security Management System (ISMS) certified to the internationally recognised data security standard ISO27001 is the most effective way to reduce your risks and to assure clients and insurers that security of information is your company’s top priority. An ISMS is a systematic approach to managing the security of sensitive information and is designed to identify, manage and reduce the range of threats to which your information is regularly subjected.
18 August 2009
The BPIF Business in-plant service is designed to thoroughly review and to help validate the effectiveness of an in-plant operation so that organisations know how to harness and leverage the potential of their in-plant and so are able to maximum its contribution and customer satisfaction levels.
18 August 2009
Digital printing is the fastest growing and most active sector in the printing industry.
Many companies are considering investing in, or have already purchased, digital print equipment either as a stand-alone investment or to complement existing litho equipment. However, making the most of the myriad of opportunities to develop new business can be more of a challenge for many printers.
BPIF Business offer expert advice and support for members who are seeking to conform to the incoming colour management and workflow process standard ISO 12647 already being demanded by some print management companies and many other customers seeking to work to high quality standards.
Members can use the process to install a colour management and workflow system that provides proven standards of optimum performance at each stage from the reception of data through to the final printed image.
How can you be sure your MIS investment is best suited to your business? How do you make sure that you can maximise the benefits from it to drive increased profitability? Three quarters of UK printing companies are not using MIS to make the most of their businesses according to Vision in Print’s recent Best Practice Study on MIS.
Most printers use their MIS to automate administration, such as estimating, job bags etc but few have realised the potential of the information contained to analyse and hence drive the business forward to greater profitability.