IPMA Goes Full Throttle in Milwaukee

The In-plant Printing and Mailing Association celebrated its 50th anniversary last month with a busy, information-packed conference that drew more than 130 in-plants to Milwaukee.

More than 130 in-plant managers traveled to Milwaukee for IPMA 2014.

Scott Waldo, of Farmers Insurance, and Tammy Dunham, of Nestle Purina, talked shop before one of the sessions.

At the vendor fair, Ron Shepard (left), of Xeikon, chatted with Clem Deussen (University of North Texas), Rodney Brown (University of Delaware) and Sherri Isbell (University of Oklahoma).

Attendees packed the room for one of the sessions.

Barbara Stainbrook and Erik Holdo, of Konica Minolta Business Solutions, offered a unique presentation in which they discussed new opportunities for in-plants while whipping up a culinary delight.

Staci Hill, of Freese and Nichols, led an interactive session on Web-to-Print.

David Higgins (Connecticut Conference of Municipalities) and David Hoel (University of Minnesota) struck up a conversation between sessions.

A well-attended and informative panel discussion moderated by Elisha Kasinskas (left), of Rochester Software Associates, featured Chuck Werninger (Houston Independent School District), Doug Maxwell (Brigham Young University), Tim Hendrix (State of Oregon) and Brian Wadell (University of California-Davis).

NAPL Consultant Howie Fenton drew a crowd to his session on workflow software.

David Estes (East Kentucky Power Coop), Bob Wamsher (The Hershey Co.) and other managers took in a presentation on the second day of the conference.

James Mason talks with Elisha Kasinskas (right), of Rochester Software Associates.

Michael Gatti of Fairfax County Printing Services.

In-plant managers at a session