Michael Giachetti will lead Standard Register's promotional marketing team as vice president and general manager for promotional marketing. In addition, three regional leaders have been named. These changes will enable the company to focus on providing more creative ideation and local, personalized service.
Standard Register, a provider of workflow, content and analytics solutions, announced that it has been awarded a patent for a chemically-reactive security ink that helps mitigate or reveal certain types of document fraud by preventing the chemical alteration or "washing" of secure documents.
Standard Register, the Dayton, OH-based firm founded 102 years ago on the strength of Theodore Schirmer's pinfeed autographic register, has survived through the years, written and rewritten its business plan, and continues on the path of relevancy, as evidenced by its $720 million sales performance in 2013.
DAYTON, OH—Standard Register, a provider of workflow, content and analytics solutions, announced that it has been awarded a patent for a chemically reactive security ink that helps mitigate or reveal certain types of document fraud by preventing the chemical alteration or "washing" of secure documents.
A patent has been awarded to Standard Register for a chemically reactive security ink that helps mitigate or reveal certain types of document fraud by preventing the chemical alteration or “washing” of secure documents. The chemically reactive ink masks a warning word or message printed on secure documents.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ May 2014 edition, including Standard Register, Gannett Co., Flint Group, Adman Printing, Taylor Corp., 4over Inc., Roosevelt Paper and Imprimerie Reflet.
Standard Register told employees Thursday at its Salisbury, MD, rotary printing plant and warehouse at 600 Marvel Road, that it will close by the middle of the summer. Standard Register said Monday that separation packages will be given to the 76 workers.
The plant’s shutdown has little, if anything, to do with the health of the Salisbury area’s economy, a Standard Register spokeswoman said. It was largely a response to shrinking global demand for printed products.
Standard Register of Dayton, OH, has received the "2013 Class I Corporation of the Year" award from the Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council. "Our mission is to help businesses advance their reputations, so it was natural for us to reach out and support the efforts of a capable local business to grow," said Joseph P. Morgan Jr., president and CEO.
Two new executive appointments have been made at Standard Register to lead the company's IT organization and support growth in its portfolio of solutions enabled by technology. Diana Tullio has been promoted to chief information officer; and Terry Williams has joined the company as executive vice president of Customer Facing Technology.
Standard Register has acquired WorkflowOne in a transaction valued at $218 million, financed by assuming $210 million of long-term debt and the issuance of warrants with an estimated value of $8 million. Standard Register expects to achieve $1 billion in annual revenue and $40 million in annual savings when the integration of the two companies is complete.