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The 2014 Must See 'ems winners have been selected and will be on exhibit at GRAPH EXPO 14 and the co-located CPP EXPO show, slated for Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, at Chicago's McCormick Place. Chosen by a panel of industry experts, these innovative technologies represent advances in 11 categories spanning the entire graphic communications industry.
RESTON, VA—The 2014 Must See ’ems winners have been selected and will be on exhibit at GRAPH EXPO 14 and the co-located CPP EXPO show, slated for Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, at Chicago’s McCormick Place. Chosen by a panel of industry experts, these innovative technologies represent advances in 11 categories spanning the entire graphic communications industry.
For the modern sales rep who toils for a printer that offers digital output, the days of being intimidated by the technology are long gone, observes Bill Farquharson, a vice president of NAPL and author of "The Sales Challenge" blog that appears in Printing Impressions' "Today on PIworld" e-newsletter. Small orders equal small commission checks, and salespeople are "following the dollar," he adds.
Join the next XMPie monthly Webinar where Marian Stefani, a skilled XMPie multichannel service provider, will share tips for working with creative agencies and marketing experts.
Xerox's new Versant 2100 digital press is designed for commercial printers, quick printers and in-plant operations. The 100 page-per-minute device—versatile for any production environment—combines speed, exclusive image quality and automation features to create colorful personalized communications, collateral, brochures, photo publishing and specialty products.
Xerox's leading solution for Web-to-print solution now allows mobile-friendly “stores” to drive automated pre-press and production workflows.
Hundreds of guests turned out for Sandy Alexander's open house gathering to network, socialize and explore new printing trends and technologies. The event featured the company's One-to-One Cross-Media Marketing Solutions and specifically its two HP Indigo 10000 digital presses.
With roots that go back almost 50 years, Sandy Alexander, of Clifton, NJ, is the product of a long string of corporate mergers, executive shifts and proprietary realignments. The most recent of these came in the announcement that a management team under Michael Graff, Sandy Alexander's president and CEO, had completed a buyout of the company from its former owners.
The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Alumni Association partnered with a local marketing company to develop a targeted cross-media campaign. The two campaigns created delivered the following results: 19 percent response rate for the personalized test campaign; and a 6 percent response rate for UTSA Alumni Association personalized postcard campaign.
The PRINT 13 Must See 'Ems winners have been announced. The 49 winning technologies were selected from a record number of entries submitted by a record number of individual companies.