Webinar: Inkjet, toner and reader response rates: Does print quality affect results?
Monday, March 15, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Lexington, Kentucky USA -- WhatTheyThink.com today announced the opportunity for industry professionals to attend a free printing industry educational webinar entitled Inkjet, toner and reader response rates: Does print quality affect results?, which will be moderated by Cary Sherburne, Senior Editor, WhatTheyThink. Sherburne will be joined by industry expert David Davis, of research firm INTERQUEST and two printing executives who have leveraged multiple technologies for success in their businesses. Sponsored by RISO, the event will be held Wednesday, March 24th, from 2:00 to 3:00 PM EDT (-4 GMT).
No-charge registration is available at the webinar registraion page.
“As inkjet gains more prevalence in the printing industry,” said Sherburne, “there is already evidence that this technology is both creating new applications and nibbling away at the print volumes currently being produced by toner-based and offset platforms. In this session, we will explore how businesses are currently using inkjet technologies for production of marketing materials, and how the difference in the quality generated by today’s inkjet, as compared to toner and offset, affects response rates and marketer/consumer acceptance of products produced using this technology. We are pleased to have David Davis from INTERQUEST join us to present definitive research on this topic.”
Sherburne will be joined by
“Inkjet is definitely a hot topic,” said Randy Davidson, President, WhatTheyThink, “and many companies are looking for the best ways to integrate this technology into their production platforms now and into the future. This session will provide valuable insight that can help that decision process. We are pleased to have RISO as the sponsor for this important event, allowing us to bring it to our members at no charge.”
Attendees will be able to participate in a live question and answer session to get the most from the experience and will be able to view and listen to the presentation using a standard Internet browser with audio streamed via computer.
RISO, Inc., headquartered in Danvers, Massachusetts, is a wholly owned subsidiary of RISO Kagaku Corporation, Japan's leading manufacturer and distributor of production inkjet printers, digital duplicators and supplies. RISO, Inc. sells high-speed color and monochrome printing solutions throughout the Americas. RISO provides fast and affordable full color digital printers for everyday communications. Its line of digital duplicators includes one- and two-color systems that reliably produce millions of copies, are environmentally friendly, and are easy and inexpensive to use.
At speeds up to 150 pages per minute and realistic duty cycles of 500,000 pages per month, RISO’s ComColor high-speed inkjet printers provide a scalable building block approach for small-to-medium print providers looking for a low-risk entry point into full color production printing. As the only high-speed full color cut-sheet inkjet printer on the market today, ComColor also provides an effective and affordable way to produce the look-and-feel of existing roll-fed inkjet printers for short-runs, reprints and proofs.
To learn more about RISO’s ComColor series, view a short 4-6 minute introduction at:
Small To Mid-Volume Printers: http://www.brainshark.com/riso/mvto, and High-Volume Transaction Print Shops: http://www.brainshark.com/riso/transaction or call 1-800-663-3031 ext. 3. Visit RISO, Inc.’s corporate website at http://us.riso.com.
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