Komori America to Share Customer Experiences as Gold Sponsor of Inkjet Summit 2019
Komori America announces it is a Gold Sponsor of Inkjet Summit 2019, being held April 8-10 at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Inkjet Summit is an invitation-only conference for senior managers and business executives seeking to deepen their understanding of how current and future production inkjet printing technology, software and solutions will impact their business and investment decisions.
Komori America will participate in Inkjet Summit’s Case Study Presentations where solution providers and their end-user customers discuss challenges faced, strategy, implementation, outcome and the future of implementing inkjet technology within their print operations. Komori will present two case studies with customers Benny Bowman, president and CEO of Worth Higgins & Associates, Virginia’s largest sheetfed printer, and Al Meadows, founder/owner of AM Lithography, a national supplier of high quality print to companies for over 25 years.
The Inkjet Summit is a perfect platform for business leaders to learn how new printing technology, such as the Impremia IS29 UV inkjet press, can positively impact their business. Attendees can listen firsthand to Worth Higgins and AM Lithography share their experiences with Komori’s inkjet technology.
“We look forward to sharing with those attending the Inkjet Summit how Worth Higgins and AM Lithography have taken advantage of the competitive edge this press delivers when it comes to winning new business,” said Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president sales and marketing at Komori America. “The IS29 has been an exciting game changer for many of our customers with its ability to match up with today’s demands for higher quality, variable data printing with greater substrate flexibility.”
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