United States, Illinois, Chicago – 08-22-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Learn five steps to packaging digital transformation success in Esko’s new e-book
Esko, a global provider of software and hardware for packaging management and collaboration, design, workflow automation, and production, released a new e-book about packaging digital transformation today. In this new e-book, “Five Steps to a Packaging Digital Transformation,” Esko highlights the benefits of implementing a packaging digital transformation, the reason why some fail, and the five steps to success. Why a Packaging Digital Transformation?Digital transformation is the most impactful way to accelerate business activities, processes, and competencies to deliver results in this rapidly changing business landscape. An article by McKinsey states that costs can be cut by 90%, and Esko has seen digital transformations decrease packaging project management time by 40%. Implementing a packaging digital transformation can further advance key business objectives and redirect employee time toward new product innovation. Five Steps to Success As businesses continue to implement digital transformations, it helps to have a guide available to enable a successful transformation. While the e-book discusses the common reason that transitions fail (resistance to change), Esko also highlights the five steps to packaging digital transformation success. Each step is outlined with actionable insights, as well as potential packaging management and digital asset management technologies available when laying out a digital roadmap and strategy. The steps are listed below: 1. Define Your Packaging Digital Strategy and Build a Business Case2. Embrace the Change3. Organize Your Assets, Data, and Teams for Digital Transformation Success4. Leverage Data Analytics and Business Intelligence5. Realize the Transformation is Ongoing Esko Uniquely Equipped to Help Packaging Digital TransformationsEsko’s deployment and consulting teams have observed change management challenges when implementing packaging management technologies for Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), Pharma and Life Sciences, and Retail companies, enabling them to provide the right software training and support to help ease a packaging team’s transition into utilizing a new software.
“I wrote this e-book to help packaging, design, marketing, and IT teams determine what is needed to implement a successful packaging digital transformation,” said Esko, Brand Solutions VP of Deployment, John Elworthy. “With successful implementation, we find companies are eager to further digitize and automate their processes, and our consulting team is continually uncovering the best solutions available to enable a company’s journey, offering additional suggestions for process improvements.”
Download your complimentary copy of the e-book here: http://bit.ly/2ZLTPDD ABOUT ESKO:Esko helps its customers make the best packaging for billions of consumers. Our product portfolio supports and manages the packaging and print processes for brands, retailers, converters and printers.Esko solutions are used in packaging management, asset management, artwork creation, structural design, prepress, 3D visualization, flexo plate making, workflow automation, quality assurance, sample-making, palletization, supply chain collaboration and/or the production of signage and displays.The Esko family includes Enfocus, with its PDF quality control tools and automation solutions, MediaBeacon, with its digital asset management (DAM) solutions and BLUE Software, with its SaaS label and artwork management applications.Headquartered in Ghent (Belgium) with additional offices across the globe, our 1,800 associates are in daily contact with brands, retailers, and suppliers all over the world.Learn more about Esko (a Danaher company) by visiting: https://www.esko.com/brandsFor insights, updates and trends in the the global packaging community visit https://www.chiefpackagingofficer.com
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