IMI Announces the Program for Digital Printing World 2012 Conferences

CARRABASSETT VALLEY, ME—Jan. 3, 2012—Information Management Institute (IMI) announces the programs for its Digital Printing World 2012 Conferences being held the week of Jan. 30 to Feb.1, 2012, at the Holiday Inn Resort Lake Buena Vista, Orlando.

Digital Printing Week 2012 Conferences include:

  • Digital Printing 2020 – Opportunities & Challenges Symposium, Jan. 30-31
  • Ink Jet Academy: Theory of Ink Jet Technology, Jan. 30-31
  • AWA Inkjet & Digital Label/Packaging Printing Seminar – Jan. 31-Feb. 1
  • 21st Annual Ink Jet Printing Conference, Feb. 1-3

Complete program information, a downloadable brochure and online registration can be found on IMI’s website.

During the week, more than 35 total presentations are being offered from leading companies and industry experts representing Adphos, AWA, Cyan Tec, Datamax-O’Neil, Durst, EFI, Finch Paper, Fujifilm Dimatix, Enercon, Global Inkjet Systems, I.T. Strategies, ImageXpert, ImTech, Integrity Industrial Ink Jet Integration, Konica Minolta IJ Technologies, Lumen Dynamics, Memjet Labels, Opaltone, Photizo Group, Pivotal Resources, Procter & Gamble, Raflatac, Schreiner MediPharm, Spencer Labs, SPF-Inc., Tonejet, Toner Research Services, TTP, VCE Solutions, Vexajet, Work Associates, Xaar and Xennia Technology.

In addition to the 35 plus presentations, the following companies have confirmed they will have displays: Adphos, Cyan Tec, D&K Engineering, Enercon, Fujifilm Imaging Colorants, Global Inkjet Systems, ImageXpert, ImTech, Integrity Industrial Ink Jet Integration, Opaltone, Pivotal Resources, Vexajet, Xaar and Xennia Technology.

IMI President Al Keene says, “IMI’s Digital Printing World 2012 Conferences cover all three major digital printing technologies (thermal, toner and inkjet) during the same week. IMI’s programs are designed to enable attendees to obtain the latest technical, market and application information while allowing time to network with other attendees in a time and cost efficient manner. Attendance at IMI conferences enables attendees to meet with the digital printing industry’s ‘movers and shakers’ in a single location in a short time period maximizing information transfer efficiency and minimizing travel and time expenses.

“While conventional printing declines, digital printing offers personalization, cost savings, improved output options and other opportunities to end users as the transition from an analog to digital world accelerates—which is being reflected in the growth of digital printing applications and opportunities,” Keene continues. “IMI’s Digital Printing World 2012 Conferences provide programs and formats to obtain a timely update and understanding of key digital printing technologies, markets and applications which are critical to product and market success. These unique programs and formats focus on the most up-to-date technology developments, enabling technologies, market and application analyses and development scenarios that are defining the future of the digital printing industry.”

In addition to the programs, extensive networking time enables conference registrants to create and renew relationships with key industry participants in a time and cost effective manner. To inform attendees about their products and activities, conference registrants are invited to participate in IMI’s unique no-cost display space and Suppliers’ Forum Sessions (five-minute presentations). Contact Al Keene at IMI for additional information regarding these opportunities.