Fenton to Keynote NAPCO Media's Digital Printing Government & Higher-Ed Conference
WEYMOUTH, MA—April 29, 2015—InfoTrends is pleased to announce that Howie Fenton, associate director of operations consulting, will offer the opening keynote and final wrap up presentation on new technology at the Digital Printing Government & Higher-Ed Conference, that is being organized by NAPCO Media and will be chaired by IPG Editor Bob Neubauer. The conference is taking place in the GPO office May 14, 2015 in Washington, DC.
Fenton’s keynote presentation entitled Trends Impacting Government and Higher-ed In-plants will discuss his observations and benchmarking analysis from over two dozen in-plant consulting assignments. He will also present the latest InfoTrends research on in-plant spending, growth, threats, and strategies to increase value. At the end of this one-day event, Fenton will present a wrap-up session called Using Technology to Boost Productivity – and Stay in Business.
The goal of this conference is to offer in-plant service providers innovative ideas and share best practices to help them adapt to the latest trends, benchmark their performance and reshape their operations with new strategies to add value.
For more information, please visit: http://digigov.inplantgraphics.com/.
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About Howie Fenton
Howie Fenton has been thought leader in the printing and digital communication industry and trusted advisor to in-plant service providers for 25 years. A noted author of five books, Fenton is an engaging speaker called upon to present at industry events around the world. Recently, Fenton joined InfoTrends, as the associate director of operations consulting. Fenton works with corporate, university, and government agencies to assess and benchmark their performance, and provide recommendations on staffing, technology, and sourcing.