Objectif Lune, leader in providing open software solutions for variable data printing, mail sorting and preparation, document composition and production who acquired PrintSoft almost a year ago, today announces it will be exhibiting at drupa 2012 under the theme “Creating New Ways.”
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' April 2010 edition.
In order to ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction, as well as to leverage the full potential of this transaction, both entities will keep their respective names, facilities and staff.
MONTREAL/DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY—May 29, 2008—Objectif Lune today announced it will present a broad array of personalized communications solutions at drupa, demonstrating the company’s innovative leadership in this ever-growing market. Using sample applications, Objectif Lune will demonstrate how to solve communications and document challenges and how to leverage data to increase sales and brand awareness. In Hall 9, Stand C19, Objectif Lune experts will guide attendees through the design, workflow, production and routing of a variety of personalized communications, transactional or promotional. Objectif Lune offers solutions for efficient design and high-volume printing of all kinds of variable content documents. The company’s portfolio includes PlanetPress Suite for
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY—May 29, 2008—InfoPrint Solutions Co., a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh, today celebrates its first anniversary and is announcing a significant expansion of its global workforce. Many hundreds of IBM employees will join InfoPrint’s professional services team around the world, as agreed during the establishment of the joint venture. The highly skilled IBM printer service specialists who have been providing both warranty and maintenance contract support for IBM and InfoPrint Solutions-branded printers will now become InfoPrint Solutions Company employees and continue to serve InfoPrint customers. This team will be led by John Roope, senior vice president and general manager, Maintenance Support Services.
Xeikon, Chromapress User Groups Unite LAS VEGAS—Xeikon digital press users came together recently to hold the first annual meeting of the Xeikon Digital Printing Association (XDPA). Activities included the election of a board of directors for the new group, which was formed through the consolidation of the former Chromapress Printing Association (CPA) and the Xeikon Users Association (XUA). The primary reason for the merger was Xeikon N.V.'s acquisition of Agfa's Digital Printing Systems business unit. As a result, Xeikon America and Canopy LLC, Xeikon's North American distributor, took over responsibility for supporting Chromapress users. "XDPA brings together two groups that share common goals," notes