Interquest Announces Strong Speaker Lineup for Its Digital Printing in Government & Higher Education Forum
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—Nov. 6, 2012—Interquest, a leading market and technology research and consulting firm in digital printing and publishing is pleased to announce that Davita Vance-Cooks, Deputy Public Printer and Acting Public Printer, will keynote its seventh-annual Digital Printing in Government and Higher Education Forum. The seminar, which is free for government and higher education professionals, will take place in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Government Printing Office (GPO), North Capitol St. Northwest.
According to Gilles Biscos, president of Interquest, “We are doubly excited to not only be holding our event at the main seat of printing in the capitol, but to be able to share with our attendees a keynote address from the Acting Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks, the first woman to lead the GPO. We’ve also gathered a stellar lineup of speakers from all walks of the industry and believe this will prove to be an engaging and informative day for our attendees.”
Following the keynote, Biscos will analyze key trends in the publishing, POD, transactional, graphic arts and in-plant markets. A panel of government and higher educational users and experts will then share success stories and strategies for leveraging digital printing. Speakers will include Greg Estep, superintendent press division, and Walter Wingo, superintendent of the binding division, at the GPO; Kate Dunn, president, Digital Innovations Group; Naran Sheladia, supervisor print operations, Navy Federal Credit Union; and Richard Beto, director of document solutions, University of Texas at Austin.
Following lunch, executives from principal digital printing vendors will provide updates of their companies’ digital printing strategies and developments for the government and higher education markets. Speakers will include David J. Murphy, director of marketing, Americas Graphics Solutions Business, HP; Bruce Collier, vice president, U.S. customer operations (USCO), Xerox Corp.; and Robert Riendeau, enterprise account manager, EFI.