Quality Binding

The highly publicized Do-Not-Call list is generating a lot of talk among legislators these days. Your friends at Riverside Binding have made the decision to take a leadership role in this important issue. Here’s our plan:

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You’ve just finished planning and designing your next major marketing project. All of the files needed to print it are fully prepared, and print production is set to begin. There’s just one more question you need answered: How many should I produce?

 

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Case Project flowComplex projects require careful planning in order to turn out properly. The flow of information from customer to printer to Riverside Binding – and vice versa – is critical to all aspects of the production cycle, from estimating and scheduling to packing and shipping. To be sure the finished product meets the customer’s expectations, everyone involved in its production must know all critical aspects before ink is laid on paper.

 

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AnnualsYes, it's that time of the year again: Annual report season! By their nature, annual reports can be complex to plan. They can't be completed until all the necessary financial information has been gathered, yet SEC filing deadlines and shareholder demand require high-quality, fast-turnaround production. This makes advance planning and scheduling one of the most critical steps in the annual report production process.

Scheduling is Key


At Riverside Binding, we understand that annual report production information is often determined one piece at a time. However, the first detail that should be satisfied is choosing your printing and binding partners. Demand for production time is at a peak during annual report season, so be sure you schedule your annual report project well in advance of your deadline.

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Occasionally, the quality demands or complexity of a project require inspection and approval at the post press stage. If not properly organized by everyone involved, these approvals can become a source of time-consuming confusion. Here are a few guidelines to help you plan for a successful project approval process:

What's being approved? - First things first: Establish parameters for the job approval. The details of the inspection and approval process will drive scheduling and workflow decisions on our end. If you'll review and analyze the stock, for example, we'll need to refrain from collating the project prior to your arrival.

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