Kodak's Barbara Pellow to Discuss Printing Workflow Trends at NAPL Conference
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, N.Y., February 17, 2005 -- Barbara Pellow, chief marketing officer and vice president, Kodak's Graphic Communications Group, will be a panelist at the National Association for Printing Leadership's Top Management Conference 2005 in Phoenix, February 16-20. Pellow will represent Kodak's Graphic Communications Group on a panel of printers and vendors from 1:00-3:00 pm on Friday, February 18, focusing on how printers and service providers can improve productivity and workflow.
Pellow's perspective will highlight how technologies are converging to deliver a seamless flow of data across the entire production cycle, noting how printers, service providers and print buyers are redefining the communication and interaction between customers, suppliers, and prospects and their financial and production systems.
A digital printing and publishing pioneer, Pellow has more than 20 years of experience in the graphic arts and digital printing industry with companies such as Kodak, Xerox and IKON Office Solutions. At Kodak, Pellow is responsible for coordinating marketing efforts between the Kodak companies that comprise the Graphic Communications Group - Encad Inc.; Kodak NexPress Solutions; Kodak Versamark, Inc; and Kodak Polychrome Graphics. Prior to joining Kodak, Pellow was the Gannett chair in integrated publishing sciences in Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) School of Printing Management and Sciences (SPMS). As Gannett chair, Barb focused on the relationship between traditional paper-based media and emerging electronic new media.
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