Kodak Shares Business Strategy Insights from Customer Roundtable

ROCHESTER, NY—March 10, 2011—Print service providers seeking to differentiate and grow their businesses need to continuously embrace change and expand services. To achieve that goal, they look to consultancy services to help transform their businesses. That was the message delivered by a panel of Kodak customers during a recent roundtable discussion. fffffffffffffffffff

Companies represented in the roundtable discussion included H.O.T. Printing & Graphics, a full-service commercial printing, graphics and mailing organization; DST Output, one of the largest global statement and billing output providers; RT Associates, a marketing logistics partner that helps clients manage the entire workflow of their marketing campaign; and The Bureau, a marketing manufacturing company.

The conversation was held in San Diego before a group of print industry analysts in conjunction with a briefing on Kodak MarketMover Business Advantage Solutions and other Kodak consulting services.

“The expanded MarketMover Business Advantage Solutions includes a suite of consultancy services to help print providers assess, integrate, optimize, market and, ultimately, transform and grow their businesses,” said Judy Pribe, vice president of marketing, Business Solutions and Services Group, Kodak.

In discussing the process of diversifying and changing their businesses, the participants agreed that a necessary first step involves thoroughly examining their operations and determining the resources and technologies they need to put in place to support their business plans.

“The readiness assessment conducted through the MarketMover program helped us realize that we needed to alter our skill sets in several areas. We had all these pieces sitting out there that weren’t effectively tied together,” said Bob Radzis, chief customer officer, RT Associates.

“We also looked at the skills of our workforce and how we’re organized as a company,” said Dana Johnston, Vice President of eBusiness Development, DST Output. “We are looking at creating Centers of Excellence to bring together people with new areas of expertise.”

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