Four Operational Strategies
to increase long term value while reducing operating costs
in the New Normal

knk Software announced a series of four 60-minute web sessions designed to share strategies for managing your business more effectively in a post-COVID19 environment.

The four sessions launched on June 3rd, and focussed on opportunities to create additional long-term value and transform significant components of your operating  costs from a fixed to variable. The series launched on June 3rd and featured thought leaders in the following areas:

Mergers & Acquisitions

Cloud Technology for Publishers

Digital Workflow in a WFH World

Outsourcing Fulfillment

In the post COVID-19 world, cash management will take on new urgency. Our speakers shared proven strategies to conserve cash and reduce operating expenses while increasing the long-term value of your business.

If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us, via email knkServices@knk.com.

Our June 2020 Web Sessions at a glance

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June 3rd   
Mergers & Acquisitions

Howard Fisher, Founder & Managing Director,
The Fisher Company

M&A experts from the Fisher team discuss changes in the acquisition
and divestiture landscape in a post-Covid19 world.

June 10th    
Cloud Technology in Book Publishing

Nancy Roberts, Director Technology & Content Consulting,
Maverick Publishing Specialists Ltd.

Outsourcing IT – Cloud technology creates opportunities to reduce costs,
improve capabilities and conserve precious capital!

June 17th    
Production Workflow in a Work-from-Home Ecosystem

Linda Secondari, Creative Director & Principal,
Studiolo Secondari

How Editorial and Production Offices can flourish in a virtual remote team environment. Our speakers will share proven techniques for the successful migration to a distributed work environment.

June 24th
Outsourcing to Third Party Fulfillment

David Hetherington, COO,
Books Intl.

Why  and How you should outsource your fulfillment now! Covid19 has exposed the vulnerability of traditional distribution channels and created a new appreciation for digital products.  These changes challenge traditional pick, pack, and ship strategies, and more dramatic distribution channel changes may well follow.