Every day, you experience small victories and challenges at work. Vacillating between highs and lows is part of your life, career, and, as a microcosm of the bigger picture, every single workday.
What frustrates you about handling the print and fulfillment of your continuing education training materials? What do you find to be easier about the process? How can you limit the former, while building on the latter?
In a 2014 survey of training professionals (view the infographic here), we learned that associations are challenged with:
- Managing frequent content changes.
- Determining print quantities for new courses.
- Utilizing the best price per unit without overprinting.
Omnipress can help you with all three challenges, turning frustrations into tasks that no longer require quite so much of your attention or worry. Let’s unpack that a little bit.
Managing frequent content changes means updating your printed materials, which can be costly and wasteful—if you choose traditional, larger print runs. If you print on demand, however, small quantities are produced and just a microinventory is kept on hand, saving you money and resources.
Determining print quantities for new courses becomes easier when you work with professionals who have experience doing just that. Omnipress project managers work with training professionals like you every day and have a good idea of what might work for your association. If you’re uncomfortable relying solely on intuition, just ask for advice!
Utilizing the best price per unit without overprinting is a matter of balance between print on demand, which helps to prevent overprinting, and large print runs, which ensure the best price per unit. The Omnipress team can help you balance your association’s needs.
Learn how we helped one association reduce their print and fulfillment costs by 60%! Could we do the same for you? Can we help turn your daily frustrations into wins, because you don’t have to worry about them anymore? There’s only one way to find out—reach out to us and get the conversation started!