2010 On Demand/info360: AIIM Event Ends on a Positive Note

NEWTON, MA—April 28, 2010—Over 24,000 technology industry professionals gathered in Philadelphia last week for info360: AIIM Expo + Conference and On Demand Conference & Expo — the largest conventions in the city — and took the opportunity to network, attend conference sessions, hear from industry leaders and look for new products and services from more than 250 exhibiting companies. The general census from exhibitors and attendees was that the co-located events were extremely worthwhile for business.

“On Demand 2010 was a good show for us with a great combination of exhibit and hospitality events, and although preliminary, we were very pleased with the level of leads, especially the interest and excitement around the new Color 800/1000 Presses,” said Tracy Yelencsics, Vice President, Production Products and Programs Marketing Global Business Group, Xerox.

“Canon has generated many leads and thousands of dollars on floor-sales because of this event. Overall, we are pleased with the booth and the success of the show – we have been coming for a while and plan to continue to be a part of this event,” says Steve Milazzo, Canon’s Marketing Manager.

Mike Fego, from Konica Minolta, said the show had exceeded expectations for this year’s turnout. “It was a great show with the right quality of people and prospectors.” Konica Minolta had a large turnout of people making their way to see their latest piece of machinery, the bizhub8000.

The attendees at On Demand also weighed in. “I came to On Demand Expo because it’s an event to experience the newest technologies to improve and grow our business. There are always benefits with attending each year,” said Rick Backus, President of Cybercon Services. A buyer from Appleton added, “I attend On Demand to learn more about digital printing trends and see all the key players in one place. This year’s event has helped me to establish new relationships.”

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