Standard Register Teams with Printing Industry Center at RIT
Press release from the issuing company
July 21, 2003 -- The Printing Industry Center at RIT announces the addition of The Standard Register Co. as an industry partner. The provider of document solutions is among 14 other companies and associations pledging support to the center’s operation.
Supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Printing Industry Center at RIT is dedicated to the growth and profitability of the printing field—studying major business environment influences brought on by new technologies and changes in society. The center addresses industry concerns through educational outreach programs and research initiatives.
Standard Register is a leading provider of document solutions for healthcare, financial services, insurance, manufacturing and other industries. Its offerings include document management and label solutions, consulting and fulfillment services, and e-business
“Standard Register's involvement in the Printing Industry Center will assist our research initiatives in large, complex print environments,” explains Barb Pellow, RIT School of Print Media chair. “Through this collaboration, we will get tremendous feedback on new technologies, complex workflow and systems integration needs in the printing industry.”
“We’re pleased to establish this relationship with RIT and its Printing Industry Center,” states Peter Dorsman, Standard Register executive vice president and chief operating officer. “The exchange of ideas and research through this partnership will help drive further advancements in the industry that will ultimately add even more value to our
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