Pace Systems Group Attracts Record Crowd At Graph Expo 2004
Press release from the issuing company
Jacksonville, Florida - October 15, 2004 – Pace Systems Group, a leading developer of business management and e-commerce solutions for the printing industry, announced today that the high volume of booth activity at Graph Expo 2004 has created a level of interest unparalleled in the company’s 20 years of event participation.
The company’s debut of their online eStudio system, which allows print customers to create, plan, produce and manage personalized variable data print pieces, had already generated a great deal of pre-show excitement. Also, according to Tony Caudill, national sales manager of Pace Systems Group, printers specializing in all areas of the trade were drawn in by the company’s easy-to-use browser-based interface, online ordering of new and finished goods, robust interactive query tool (ePace Station), as well as their JDF/JMF capabilities.
“We had set very high goals for the show”, Caudill said. “However, having the opportunity to welcome over 500 attendees to our booth for demonstrations exceeded even our wildest expectations.”
He also stated that in addition to engaging existing and prospective customers, several equipment vendors were given a complete presentation on how they and Pace Systems Group can partner to further streamline the digital workflow process. This included several notable players in the fast growing digital print arena. “We plan to make announcements regarding the results of these discussions in the very near future.”
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