Interquest Announces Strong Speaker Lineup for Its Digital Printing in Government & Higher Education Forum

Following the vendor panel, Toby Cobrin, a director at Interquest will present additional findings from recent Interquest research in the government and higher education printing markets.

The day will wrap up with a panel of management representatives from leading in-house printing and publishing operations and procurement departments. Speakers include: Jeff Yake, printing officer and head of the printing management section, Library of Congress; Sam Kasmai, associate director, Print Services, George Mason University; Wilma Grant, publishing and website manager, Supreme Court of the United States; and Kelly Hogg, director printing services, University of Virginia.

The seminar is sponsored by leading industry players, including EFI, Epson, Finch Paper, HP, Kodak, Magnum Magnetics, NPC, NewPage, Pitney Bowes, RISO, Standard Graphics, and Xerox, with additional support from the Association of College and University Mail Services (ACUMS), the Interagency Council on Printing & Publications Services (ICPPS), the National Association of College and University Mail Services (NACUMS), the National Government Publishing Association (NGPA), Xplor Mid Atlantic Region (MAR), and In-Plant Graphics magazine.

The event is targeted at government and higher education users, including publishing and graphic services, in-plants and CRDs, print and mail services, IT/data center operations, purchasing and procurement departments, and communications professionals, as well as service providers. For more information or to register for the event, visit
www.inter-quest.com/focused-forums/2012Government.

About Interquest
Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Charlottesville, VA, Interquest is a market and technology research and consulting firm in the field of digital printing and publishing. For more than two decades, Interquest has produced landmark multi-client market research studies on topics such as digital printing, print-on-demand, transactional printing, color printing and variable imaging, paper and pre- and post-processing/finishing, and workflow.

Source: Interquest.

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