https://printplanet.com/video/426 The Problem Files.jpg
Seriously, if it is going to take time and trouble to TELL someone HOW TO fix their files, I’d just as soon do it myself.
That’s my philosophy and I’m sticking to it.
In theory, the problem with that is you end up fixing the same problems over and over and over. If you teach them how to fix it it should come in correctly after the first time. In theory at least, ymmv...
As far as I experienced, this kind of behaviour can have 2 responses:If you teach them how to fix it it should come in correctly after the first time. In theory at least, ymmv...
Try that with french "designers"!I have never had a customer leave for another print shop because I have offered to help them or asked them to fix a recurring problem.
In an average week you process what, 50 jobs?100? 150? 200? Let’s say about half of each job hits the mail or goes out to the customer. The rest goes to shelves in your warehouse so it’s ready when the client needs it. Juggling all this—and making money from it— requires Link to Article