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Aug 16, 2013 12:00 AM
PDQ North America will be unveiling its new system, AXIS MIS, at Print 13 alongside Printing press manufacturer Komori. Both PDQ North America and Komori will be demonstrating ‘paths to new efficiencies and success in Print. Visitors to the Komori America Booth #1251 will have the opportunity to see the innovative PDQ Axis system at work.
PDQ Axis estimating component is probably the most advanced estimating system available with powerful production-route-based intelligence whilst remaining extremely easy to use. The integration into Axis MIS, makes PDQ’s data available to the entire office and production workflow without the expense of rekeying and with direct integration into Komori, it closes the loop.
Along the way key analytics are harvested which allows owners and managers to get real data on current and historic business and production performance. The AXIS Key Performance Indicators are essential in identifying strengths and weaknesses in a business. These KPI’s allow departments or areas within the workflow to execute change and allows measurement of their impact, which is Key. This eliminates the “gut feeling” management model and replaces it with factual, data based decision making that results in improved overall performance and profitability.
If an MIS does not allow a print business to streamline operations, increase profitability on existing work or handle more work without increasing head count then what’s the point in investing……?
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You will find AXIS MIS a “refreshing change” from the usual MIS offerings of today, we invite you to come and talk to us at the Komori America Booth #1251.
“For me as a business owner, being able to access the reports I need from the system has been a great asset. For example, the ‘Intelliprice” tool, being able to score each estimate and telling me which job is best suited for our plant.” – Brian Todd, President, Capital Colour