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CASE STUDY: PUTNAM CITY SCHOOLS

REAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SCORES BIG

Oklahoma City school district uses Track 4000 to complete a physical audit across 27 schools

For more than 90 years, Putnam City Schools has been one of the top districts in the state of Oklahoma, providing quality education for students in preschool through high school. The district is comprised of 27 schools: three high schools, five middle schools, 18 elementary schools and two that specialize in alternative education.

 

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TRENDS

DEBT-WEARY COLLEGE & GRAD STUDENTS OPT FOR FREE

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Wall Street Journal:
As average spending
has declined, illegal
downloads and copies
for textbooks are up.

 

Curriculum Chosen By....

Do Local Schools Have the Right To Choose their Own Content?

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INVENTORY

CAN YOU ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS?

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1. What do I own?

2. Where is it?

3. Can it be utilized?

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WHAT DOES OUR PLATFORM MEAN TO YOU?

It means you now have a cost effective way to produce your books at any quantity. Gone are the days of having a minimum you MUST produce. Here are a couple of examples of how a few publishers have used our platform:

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We had to submit our program to Texas for adoption. Our sales reps were still working on their forecasts, so we did not know how well we would do ... or what quantity we needed to produce. Webcrafters was able to produce just enough for the state's review, and a few weeks later, once we had better forecasts, they produced enough for us to sell for the year.

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Most of our publishing has been non-traditional. When we needed to integrate traditional books into our program, Webcrafters helped us analyze and come up with the right print strategy.

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WE CAN HELP YOU PRODUCE YOUR BOOKS AT VIRTUALLY ANY QUANTITY, GIVING YOU A WAY TO COST-EFFECTIVELY MANAGE YOUR INVENTORY. BUT ...

WHAT KIND OF BOOKS?

WELL, BASICALLY EVERY TYPE:

SADDLE STITCH

PERFECT BOUND

CASE BOUND

SPIRAL BOUND

 

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BASIC TRIM SIZES

  • 8" x 10" through 9 1/8" x 11"
  • 8 1/4" x 11 3/8" through 10 7/8" x 12"
  • 9" x 12 1/4" through 10 7/8" x 15 3/8"

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COLOR

All of our presses have full-color capability, guaranteeing your books shine whether you opt for spot color, full color or anything in between.

The conventional Press-Room is standardized so that printing will match across all presses. 

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PRE-PRESS

It all starts here.

You have worked long and hard on your design and editorial. You would not want to trust it to just anyone. Our Pre-Press department processes millions of pages a year, most of which are very complicated files, layered and versioned.

Whether your book has different state versions, custom content, a lot of color or a simple design, our Pre-Press staff has seen and processed every type of design and book.

To help you take one last look at your files, we offer the latest in on-line proofing (soft proofing). Publishers find this incredibly helpful. Whether you want to break up proofing over more than one editorial resource, or just make it easy to manage with a single person ... our Web-Center proofing system will save you precious time.

 

THE WEBCRAFTER'S EXPERIENCE

We understand that carefully building your book is only part of our job. How we connect and work together is just as important.

We still believe in teamwork. You will be assigned a dedicated team to oversee every aspect of our relationship.

A dedicated Estimator and Biller

To help you budget and plan for the production costs of your books. They are a great resource to help find ways to reduce costs.

A dedicated Customer Service Rep

Your CSR is there to oversee the actual production of your book. From the time your content arrives, to the time the books ship. They are your eyes and ears into production.