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David Spencer to Present at IMI Digital Printing 2020 Symposium

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Spencer & Associates Publishing, Ltd. is pleased to announce that David Spencer will be presenting information about their latest service offering: benchmarking digital press Availability to identify opportunities to increase revenue and profit. ''Key to Profitable Commercial Printing: Digital Press Availability – Maximizing Actual Production Time'' will be presented at the IMI Digital Printing 2020 Opportunities & Challenges Symposium, to be held 30-31 January 2012 in Orlando, Florida.

As the printing industry is evolving so are digital presses, which are increasingly able to produce very high print quality, as SpencerLab continued analyses demonstrate. ''While print quality remains essential to digital press value,'' said Mr. Spencer, ''maximizing time actually producing sellable pieces is a pivotal issue – directly effecting revenue and profit.'' Mr. Spencer will draw upon recent benchmarking analysis experience by the SpencerLab Digital Color Laboratory to illustrate the value of this methodology.

In his presentation, Mr. Spencer will discuss why Availability matters, and how SpencerLab’s methodology, perhaps the first of its kind, benchmarks Availability during actual commercial operation. He will also share the results of some recently commissioned case studies.

David Spencer is the president and CEO of Spencer & Associates and an internationally recognized authority on Color Print Quality and Ink & Toner Yield analyses with its impact on Cost-per-Print. With extensive experience in product development, marketing, and general management, Mr. Spencer has been making industry presentations throughout his more than 40-year career, and is called upon to discuss issues ranging from print to entrepreneurship.


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