INg Huddles Inform, Educate, and Engage
The last hour of Wednesday or Thursday afternoons have become learning experiences for dozens of members and employees of companies that are members of the Imaging Network Group (INg), the leading trade association for transactional and direct mail print providers.
Huddles are hosted by the partner companies that sponsor INg and are held as Zoom meetings in which attendees can see and hear presentations, ask questions of presenters, and engage with other participants. ING partners include software, service, and equipment vendors eager to share their expertise, making the presentations information-rich, with insights into many aspects of the evolving print and mail landscape. Topics covered have spanned:
- Security and Compliance (360 Advanced)
- Multi-channel communications (Racami)
- Payments (Transformations)
- Beyond Envelopes (Tension)
- Industry Insights (Bluecrest)
- PDF Challenges (Solimar)
- Reducing Operational Cost (Riso)
- Digital Solutions (Quadient)
- Workflow integration (Ironsides)
- Data and Output Management (Crawford Technologies)
- Inkjet print technologies (Screen)
- New inkjet press introductions and market conditions (Canon)
- Holistic Color Management (Ricoh)
- Production Tracking & Reporting (Bell & Howell)
Coming up on December 15 by a live webinar on M&A trends led by Mark Hahn of Graphic Arts Advisors followed by a Town Hall on Labor issues later that month.
“The huddles have become not-to-be-missed events for many INg members and staff because they focus on issues that are vital to ongoing operations,” said Fred Van Alstyne, INg President. “They have become especially important in this unusual time when we cannot be together in the ways we are used to. Technology helps us continue to communicate and share ideas and perspectives in much the same way as we do in person.”
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