Xerox Hosts D.C. In-plant Event

Jeff Gworek, director of Yale Printing & Publishing Services, addresses a full room of in-plant managers at a recent Xerox event.

In April, Xerox hosted an event in Washington, D.C., that drew more than 80 in-plants from around the region. Titled “Freedom to Perform: Innovative Ideas to Make Your In-plant Thrive,” the one-day event focused on sharing best practices.

The highlight was a presentation by Jeff Gworek, director of Yale University Printing & Publishing Services. He offered a virtual tour of his 57-employee in-plant, detailing its equipment and services and areas where the in-plant has found success. He reminded fellow managers that they are the experts so they need to counsel their customers on the best ways to get jobs done.

Also on the agenda, Rob Piersielak, production marketing operations manager at Xerox, shared industry trends; Elwood Neale from EFI discussed Web-to-print and production workflow technologies; and Doug Pike from XMPie talked about multi-channel communications and services.

After the presentations, attendees enjoyed technology demonstrations of the iGen4, the Color Press 1000 and the new Color C75 and J75 digital presses, along with other software, printing and finishing solutions.

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