The Imaging Network Group Welcomes Transformations as Vendor Partner
HOPKINS, MN—Jan. 12, 2012—The Imaging Network Group, an established networking association for the print and electronic service provider industry announced today its newest Vendor Partner, Transformations, developers of Uluro document processing software for the print and mail industry.
“Transformations is excited to partner with the Imaging Network Group,” said Ryan Semanchik, President of Transformations. “The value of partnering with INg and its members is unlike that of any other industry association because we are able to forge close relationships with true industry experts that help us improve our technology and deliver a better product to our customers.”
The Imaging Network Group has some of the highest profile partners in the industry, affording them one-on-one contact between INg members and senior-level supplier executives throughout the year and with two annual in-depth meetings. The INg partnership provides access to important information about members’ needs and purchase plans.
An annual four-day executive forum provides the opportunity to formally present and informally interact with the owners and senior management of INg’s member companies. Other partnership benefits include timely access to the membership throughout the year via for e-communications, the ability to conduct ad hoc surveys of the membership on issues where customer feedback is beneficial, articles and partner columns in our full-color industry periodical, and the opportunity to host member-focused webinars and event links from the INg web site.
“Transformations understands our industry and the needs of our members,” said Harry Stephens, Board of Trustee President for The Imaging Network Group. “We were delighted to have such a great company as a new partner with our association.”
About The Imaging Network Group
INg, formed in October 1992, is an international not-for-profit executive consortium for service providers in the electronic imaging industry. INg membership consists of business owners that recognize the value of networking with their industry peers. Governed by a board of nine trustees that rotate on two-year terms of office, INg’s charter is to provide an open forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences among industry peers and to provide a focus group for key industry vendor partners to receive feedback on existing and new products, services and programs.