Its been almost a month since the country is under lock down, the world economy has crashed, and the humanitarian crisis is at its peak. Everything that was considered normal, isn’t anymore.
The way we live, work, communicate is far from what used to be normal.
The most important lesson we can learn from this crisis is evolution. Although, as an organisation, we have always believed in ‘evolution’, and it is also one of the values we live by. However, now, we must do it more than ever. Adaptation to the new ‘normal’ has become imperative to thrive in the post-pandemic period.
We understand that and hence we are in the process of re-evaluating our strengths, eliminating our weakness and working towards being better than what we were. Our re-evaluation journey consists of 3 Ts – Technology, Training and Transformation.
We have been advocates of technology since day 1. The main objective to start PrintStop was to digitize print operations for the ease of customers. We have taken our technology use a step further. Our systems have been upgraded to enable our workforce to work from home and stay safe.
While the mode of our operations has changed, our work ethos has remained the same. We are as connected with our team and clients as we were before.
The best way to spend the lock down is by learning something new. People at PrintStop completely believe that.
Earlier, we didn’t have a formal training structure in place. However, the downtime helped us put together a structured learning management system that looks after the capability building of our workforce. The training ranges from soft skills, communication and language, Excel to Lean principles. With this training, we aim to build an agile workforce that is ready to take on the future.
Lock down has given us a silver lining. There’s ample of free time in our hands to introspect. We have taken this as opportunity to reinvent ourselves.
Our teams are motivated to work in a more efficient way. Their radical ideas are helping us come up with futuristic products. We are eliminating wastage from our processes. Older methods are being replaced by by leaner, efficient ones.
Over the past 5 years, we have helped over 100 companies in transforming their print procurement process. We have worked with companies like Xerox, Randstad, Deloitte, Siemens, Dr. Reddy’s, Bajaj Allianz, HDFC, Yes Bank and several others.
This is an ideal time for you to look at your print procurement processes and optimize them. If you want us to look at your print procurement process, we are here to help. Please reach out to us at email@example.com and we will transform your print procurement.
This Blog is Written by Siddhi Shah, Founder at PrintStop