Ray Prince Becomes President of Greensheetbiz
Monday, August 01, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
HOUSTON, Texas U.S.A. – Printing industry leader Ray Prince has been appointed president of GreensheetBIZ, formerly known as Greensheet.
Prince will lead the prestigious publication, website and editorial team, managing the treasured outlet for CEOs and senior-level decision makers and professionals of the graphic arts field.
GreensheetBIZ, a division of the OutputLinks Communications Group, has maintained a long-standing tradition of news excellence, serving the graphic arts industry since 1968. GreensheetBIZ serves senior industry executives in the printing, publishing and converting industries, presenting topics focused on the 'business of print'.
"I have read and respected GreensheetBIZ for many years," said Prince, "and it's an honor to now lead the team as president. I certainly believe that print service providers and in-plant executives need to follow GreensheetBIZ closely, as it's the only publication that delivers a wide variety of expert advice on specific themes. My goal is to maintain journalistic integrity while providing information that goes deep to provide valuable insights to our subscribers."
Andy and Julie Plata, co-CEOs of OutputLinks Communications Group, said, "When we purchased GreensheetBiz a few years ago, we pledged to build upon its legacy in developing the best business-focused information resource for today's graphic arts professional. Ray's depth of industry wisdom and relationships will help insure that objective."
Prince said he plans to maintain GreensheetBIZ 's tradition while initiating changes to infuse incremental value into the twice-monthly newsletter and website. "I'm looking forward to our team providing business-critical content to help in-plants and print service providers with what we call The 5 Critical Elements - Making Money, Saving Money, Gaining Customers, Retaining Customers and Growing customers."
During his more than five decade career, Prince has dedicated himself to helping printing companies improve in the areas of productivity and quality with the bottom-line objective of increasing their profitability. He has consulted in numerous operational areas that cover the gamut of disciplines, from sheetfed and web press testing and solving paper and ink problems to color control systems and paper waste reduction.
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