Any printing company exists to make a profit. Printing work must be produced profitably and it should be produced to the quality required by the customer.
This lesson explore the different factors that affect the profitability and the productivity of an organisation. It will look at how production control can increase the productivity of a company and reduce the number of defects produced. Improved productivity means producing more work in the same time with the same resources. The benefits to improved productivity are limitless, and printing is a competitive market, therefore companies that cannot improve and maintain productivity risk falling behind and potentially losing out on business.
Read through the presentation then answer the questions below to test your knowledge. This lesson should take approximately 30 minutes, however you might want to take longer research some of the individual topics. You can revisit this lesson at any time.
Improving productivity and profitability