The 2009 Océ Future Authors Project, a partnership between the School District of Palm Beach County and Océ North America, concluded its annual eight-day writing workshop with 49 middle and high school students participating at Boca Raton High School and Glades Central High School.
The School District of Palm Beach County and Océ North America announced today the selection of nearly 60 middle and high school students to participate in the 2009 Océ Future Authors Project. About 15 of the students will be participating from Glades Central High School through distance learning technology. Seven graduates of the program will be returning as mentors.
Océ, an international leader in digital document management, announces the U.S. preview of its PosterizerTM integrated signage solution at Océ booth #5450 during GlobalShop® 2009, March 23-25, in Las Vegas, NV. Convincing, coordinated and innovative signage can motivate customers to spend more during every store visit.
Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Converting Solutions Inc. (CSI) to purchase Océ Imaging Supplies’ media converting assets and assume Océ’s wide format media distribution center activities in the U.S. This extension of CSI’s role in supplying quality media products for Océ wide format customers will result in increased geographical coverage and the ability to offer a wider range of custom media sizes.
Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, recently hosted the first Océ Innovation VIP Event at the Océ Customer Experience Center in Boca Raton, FL. Océ executives, industry experts and a cross section of print professionals spent a full day exploring the positive impact of digital innovation on their businesses.
Nearly 100 proud parents, school officials, teachers, authors and local dignitaries gathered today at the City of Boca Raton’s Spanish River Library and Community Center to witness 45 middle and high school students from 15 different School District of Palm Beach County schools realize their dreams to become published authors. The students participated in the third annual Océ Future Authors Project summer writing workshop, where they compiled poetry, short stories and essays into a book they named, “Confessions of a Teenage Author.”