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SG360° Appoints Schneider as President, CEO; Joutras Continues as Chairman

SG360° has appointed industry veteran Mary Lee Schneider as its new president and CEO. Schneider has served in key roles during her extensive career in the printing industry. Prior to joining SG360°, she served as president and CEO of Follett, and served at RR Donnelley as president, digital solutions and chief technology officer. Rick Joutras, formerly chairman, president and chief executive officer of SG360°, will remain as chairman of the Board.

New Ricoh Consulting Group Formed

In today’s fast-paced, high pressure business world, printers are hard-pressed to find ways to adapt to a rapidly changing marketplace.


The Week That Was
Heidelberg Shows Digital Portfolio at Recent Open House at its Print Media Center

At a recent open house held at its Print Media Center in Atlanta, Heidelberg featured its expanding digital portfolio to more than 40 customers. The open house gave customers a deeper understanding of how Heidelberg’s digital solutions can maximize their profitability while increasing their applications and optimizing their productivity. "We see digital as a part of the complementary mix in our customers print portfolio," said Andy Rae, senior vice president, equipment.

In Depth
Sustaining Print Excellence

The woman-led printing company, Premier Press of Portland, Oregon, was founded in 1974 by Arnold and Dee Wheeler, and is now led by their three daughters, Jodi Krohn, Juli Cordill and Joni Feryn. The SGP-certified company boasts a wide range of services while striving to use environmentally sustainable practices to meet the needs of its customers.

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