Screen USA Sponsors Free Webinar: Making the Transition to Production Inkjet
Friday, April 19, 2013
Press release from the issuing company
Print service providers are remarkably creative when it comes to implementing production inkjet solutions. In this free webinar sponsored by Screen USA, three very different organizations will share their unique perspectives on the benefits and costs of transitioning to high-speed inkjet technology.
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. — High-speed inkjet brings terrific benefits to direct mail, forms, publications and transactional printing. Forward-thinking enterprises, large and small, are capitalizing on the growth opportunities available in the inkjet web press platform.
Screen USA, a top equipment supplier for this growing industry segment, announced a free webinar — “Making the Transition to Production Inkjet” — to be held Wednesday, April 24, 2013, beginning at 2:00 p.m. EDT. The featured guests will describe opportunities that have opened up as a result of their equipment investments, key printing applications and successes they have experienced.
Attendees can register for “Making the Transition to Production Inkjet” at this special website. Author, journalist and marketing consultant Cary Sherburne will moderate the webinar. A live question-and-answer session will enable attendees to derive the most value from the webinar experience.
Webinar highlights include:
Fernando Guzman, President of G&C Direct Mail Marketing Inc., in Dallas. G&C added digital printing in 2009 and an inkjet web press last December. In addition to address information for mailing, G&C’s clients utilize a high level of personalization in their print communications.
Arlindo Santos, Director of Fast Solutions, a pioneer in high-volume variable data printing and transpromotional printing with headquarters in São Paulo, Brazil. Production inkjet technology allows Fast Solutions to personalize color, text and photographs, and assure its customers that the variable data is absolutely accurate.
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