R&E Council Focuses on Real-World Applications in Applied Technology Conference
Press release from the issuing company
PARAMUS, N.J., APRIL 9, 2007 — Attendees will gain first-hand insights into how technology is being leveraged by today’s graphic communications companies in real-world situations at the inaugural R&E Council of NAPL Applied Technology Conference, June 20 -22, 2007, at the Renaissance Concourse Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The Conference’s comprehensive program includes sessions on all phases of the graphic communications workflow, with special tracks on Prepress, Print, Digital Print, Finishing and Distribution. In addition, Digital Smart Factory sessions will focus on integrating operations for maximum efficiencies.
The Applied Technology Conference is designed for CEOs, company owners, chief technology officers, IT professionals, Operations executives, and anyone responsible for technology purchase and implementation decisions in a graphic communications environment.
“This Conference will encourage attendees to ‘roll up their sleeves’ through a comprehensive program of interactive sessions, case study presentations, user panels, and point/counterpoint discussions,” said Robert G. Whitton, R&E Council of NAPL managing director. “I know of no other industry venue where you can see which tools and techniques in the industry are improving efficiency, productivity, and workflow in so many aspects of the graphic communications process.”
Highlights of the Applied Technology Conference include:
- Plant tour of The EPI Companies' state-of-the-art, 266,500-sq.-ft. facility in Marietta, Ga.
- Keynote speakers from The EPI Companies, Technology Watch, and Philips Design
- Annual awards dinner for R&E Council of NAPL Pressroom and Bindery Managers of the Year
Registration fee for the R&E Council of NAPL Applied Technology Conference is $700 for members of The NAPL Network (non-members, $800). For more information or to register, call NAPL at (800) 642-6275, Option 4, or visit www.napl.org/events.
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