Tribute, Romano, Zwang & Romano discuss IPEX 2010
Published on May 21, 2010
What is the most interesting thing at IPEX 2010? Is it the sight of Frank Romano being swarmed by groupies? Or is it Andy Tribute's flair with a Kodak Zi8 camera? Find out, as they join David Zwang and Richard Romano to discuss What They Think is the most interesting stuff at IPEX 2010. First in a series, stay tuned for the Least Interesting, and Takeway awards next week.
Documobi: Making Print Interactive
Published: February 11, 2016
Peter Lancaster, CEO of documobi, talks about being the "new kid on the block" making all printing interactive, working with the entire supply chain. The solution enables more revenue opportunities for printers and more relevant and engaging communications for marketers.
High Tech Commercial Printer Earth Color Continues Aggressive Technology Deployment Strategy
Published: February 10, 2016
Cheryl Kahanec, EVP at Earth Color, a high-tech commercial printing company, talks with Senior Editor Cary Sherburne about some if its more recent technology investments, including distribute/print/mail to save time and money while aligning in-home dates. Cheryl will head to drupa to investigate future investments in production inkjet and more.
Single-Pass Printing with Len Lauer, CEO of Memjet
Published: February 9, 2016
Richard Romano talks with Len Lauer, Chairman and CEO of Memjet, on the advantages of single-pass printing, as well as the variety of Memjet-based single-pass devices on the market.
What to Expect at drupa 2016. Pack your bags!
Published: February 8, 2016
KBA CEO and President of drupa Claus Bolza-Schunemann, shares how drupa 2016 is repositioning itself to address emerging market realities. More than 1500 exhibitors will be showing solutions and technologies across six different segments under the tagline Touch the Future. Start planning now!
What Happens if Amazon Dies
Published: February 4, 2016
Frank opines on what happens if amazon.com dies? Think of all the data that it has stored and its long tentacles that extend into every nook and cranny of cyberspace—and our lives.