This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including Mark Michelson's one-on-one video interview with Joe Maloy, president and COO of Hooksett, NH-based Polaris Direct. Other highlights from this week include news from Rochester Institute of Technology, Epicomm, Xerox, Canon Solutions America, Tukaiz, Fry Communications and DATAMATX.
Postmaster General Megan Brennan recognized DATAMATX at the National Postal Forum event in Anaheim, California, with an award.
Atlanta-based DATAMATX is the first mail service provider to successfully qualify for Platinum Certification, the highest level of certification from USPS. This certification recognizes DATAMATX for consistently providing a comprehensive spectrum of fully automated mailing services for its customers, ensuring the most beneficial postal rates.
"Xplor at PRINT 13," the complimentary keynote breakfast panel hosted by Xplor International at PRINT 13 on September 10, 2013, has filled up six weeks after the official announcement.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ November 2012 edition.
Datamatx, a national outsourcing provider and leader in the distribution of critical business communications and payment services, announced that its president/CEO and founder, Harry Stephens, was selected by U.S. Postal Service Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe to receive a lifetime achievement award for his commitment and success in serving the Greater Atlanta Postal Customer Council.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ June 2012 edition.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ April 2012 edition, featuring Source One Digital, O'Neil Data Systems and Lew A. Cummings Co.
IN THIS age of buzzword bingo and the “go big or don’t go at all” extreme lifestyle, it’s understandable that the printing industry should continue to see a string of next big things. Ultimately, market realities and technology considerations have tempered at least the pace of each of the predicted revolutions, starting with digital printing, then the dotcom gold rush, one-to-one marketing, JDF and now transpromotional (transpromo) printing. That transpromo represents a significant business opportunity is not in question, although there are differences of opinion about how fast the market will develop. On the bullish side, the InfoTrends Inc. research firm, based in Weymouth,