EFI, Jetrion Industrial Inkjet Systems
Several in-plant managers trekked to Washington, DC last week for the debut Digital Printing in Government & Higher-Ed Conference, hosted by In-plant Graphics. Many attendees have since expressed their appreciation for the day-long conference.
Ricoh drew a crowd to Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles, to check out equipment demos and educational sessions.
EFI Fiery digital front ends are now available for the latest Xerox digital presses. The Xerox EX-i 80 Print Server and EX 80 Print Server Powered by Fiery are available on the Xerox Versant 80 press, while the Xerox EX-P 1000i Print Server Powered by Fiery is available for Xerox Color 800i/1000i presses.
Embracing the disruption that is reshaping our industry was the driving motivation behind a supercharged three-day event last month in Los Angeles hosted by Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. Called the "Art of Disruption," the business conference brought together more than 1,000 Konica Minolta dealers for an intensive education and inspirational experience.
It’s hard to improve on a winning formula, but EFI has continued to raise the bar for its Connect users’ conference as illustrated by last month’s 15th annual event in Las Vegas. Approximately 1,500 attendees—1,000 of them EFI customers from 25 different countries (a 20 percent jump from the previous year)—gathered at The Wynn Las Vegas for four days of educational and breakout sessions, plus several keynote presentations.
A sellout crowd flocked to the desert for this year's EFI Connect Users Conference. The Las Vegas event featured leadership sessions, technical education, business management workshops and other events.
The big news coming out of the 15th annual EFI Connect Users Conference was the announcement of the EFI Productivity Suite. The new software will encompass all of EFI's MIS, web-to-print, and cross-media solutions.
When your group's name doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, what should you do? Change it. It took a year, but AMSP/NAPL/NAQP did exactly that this week.
Want to know about potential problems in your in-plant before upper management finds out? Al Goranson from the University of Colorado-Boulder tells you how.