Jamie Huff

by chris bauer Managing Editor A wide array of digital printing devices have called Progressive Impressions International (PII) home throughout the company's 13-year history. Currently, the Bloomington, IL-based firm boasts eight Xerox cut-sheet monochrome devices, as well as a twin Océ continuous feed monochrome device. From a color perspective, Agfa, IBM and Xerox color systems have been used, but now the company's entire footprint consists of Xerox iGen3 and DocuColor 6060 technology. But it has not always been that way. "When PII first began, we only had offset presses," recalls Jamie Huff, CEO. "During the early- to mid-1990s we began migrating to digital technology to take advantage

BLOOMINGTON, IL—Progressive Impressions International (PII) now has the distinction of garnering the single-largest DocuColor iGen3 installation to date with the acquisition of six Xerox digital production presses. Five of the presses will be installed domestically, with a sixth ticketed for PII's Netherlands facility. The marketing communications company—which also produces direct mail pieces and sales collateral to go with marketing materials—expects to more than triple its digital color printing volume within six months. The new units will allow the printer to produce more effective direct marketing campaigns, according to Jamie Huff, CEO of PII. "With true one-to-one marketing, you can target specific customers with

More Blogs