PODi Releases its 2011 Digital Printing Case Study Update

PODi members, have free, 24/7 access to the entire Case Study Database. Non-members can search and view an abstract and thumbnail of each case study. Individual case studies can be purchased for $25 USD each. To find out more about benefits of membership, visit PODi at www.podi.org/membership

Call for Submissions for PODi 2012 Digital Print Case Study Collection

PODi-published case studies establish submitters as marketing solution experts and expose their work to a global audience of marketers. Accepted case studies are judged by a panel of distinguished industry experts for the prestigious PODi Best Practice Awards. There is no fee for submitting case studies and no limit on the number of submissions. If accepted, the case study is researched and written by PODi. The competition is open to PODi members and non-members. Entries can be submitted for any program or campaign than involves the use of digital printing, including direct marketing, marketing resource centers, transpromo, or business communications. To submit a digital print success story, go to www.podi.org/casestudy/bpsubmission

About PODi

PODi (www.podi.org) is a vendor neutral industry initiative with hundreds of member companies, including Executive Board members EFI, HP, Pitney Bowes and Xerox. The organization’s goal is to drive demand for marketing applications powered by digital print & help members build successful digital print businesses. Membership in PODi is open to companies and organizations involved in digital printing.

About Caslon
Caslon (www.caslon.net) helps companies leverage rapidly advancing digital technologies, especially digital printing. Since 1998, Caslon has been the international Affiliate of PODi, the Digital Printing Initiative , a consortium of leading hardware, software and service providers in the digital printing industry. Caslon provides top-level services for the PODi organization, including managing the online case study database, the annual PODi AppForum, the S3 Council, and the DEX User Forums.

Source: Press release.

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