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Announcing the 2012 PIFE Conference

Friday, January 20, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

The 2012 Printing Industry Financial Executives (PIFE) Annual Conference will take place April 1–3 in St. Louis, Missouri. The PIFE Annual Conference is designed for anyone with financial oversight at a graphic communications company looking for practical ways to reduce operational costs and improve their customers' experience and satisfaction through process improvement. It is ideal for executives and managers playing a vital role in driving financial excellence.

At the 2012 PIFE Conference, attendees will find a number of resources to help develop a roadmap to bolster profit, learn how to implement specific improvement strategies, and hear case studies by printing companies that reveal advanced approaches to cutting costs and becoming more productive. 

Past attendee Terrie Rubac, Heritage Press, El Reno, OK, said, "New participants are always amazed at how open and honest the discussions can be. I have left every peer exchange session with at least one great idea to try back at my company."

The PIFE Conference is held in conjunction with the Continuous Improvement Conference. This gives financial executives the opportunity to take advantage of sessions about Lean and operational excellence. With vast networking opportunities and the chance to participate in roundtables with peers, the 2012 PIFE Conference is not to be missed by financial executives. More information about the conference can be found at http://pife.printing.org. For questions or to register for the conference, contact Justin Goldstein at jgoldstein@printing.org or 412-259-1806.

 

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