Nexpress 2100 Customers To Share Digital Color Success Stories At Graph Expo
Press release from the issuing company
KENNESAW, Ga., Sept. 23, 2003 – At the Graph Expo show, print providers will learn first-hand from owners of the NexPress 2100 digital production color press how they can benefit from new applications and build a successful digital color business.
During presentations in the Heidelberg booth, NexPress 2100 press owners will discuss a range of topics, including how to get started in digital color printing, how to be successful in digital printing and how to use and market variable data printing.
“There is no better way to convey the value of our NexPress 2100 press than to have our customers share their success stories with potential buyers,” said Vahaaj Khan, director of digital product management, Heidelberg USA. “These customers are eager to talk about how the NexPress 2100 press has changed their businesses, and they will demonstrate how digital color printing business can change other businesses as well.”
Participating customers include Bates Jackson, Creative Digital Solutions, Digital Document Services, eDOC Solutions, RT Associates, Sir Speedy Delaware and Williamson Printing. Dick Johnson of Bowne will demonstrate ImageDirect 665 scanners and an application for archiving documents on the Heidelberg Digimaster.
“With the NexPress 2100, people will have a chance to go online and create variable postcards and customize brochures,” said Sean Cummins, president and owner of Creative Digital Color. “But, not only will we demonstrate how the press works, we will also talk about educating print buyers so that they are aware of this technology.”
“I am going to show how easy it is to produce digital printing, but I also want to show how to drive an application,” said E.J. Flammer, partner, Bates Jackson. “In fact, I will talk about killer digital-print applications and the kind of results printers can get to better serve their customers and build their business.”
“We have a 100 percent digital operation so we’re well positioned to talk about getting a digital business started,” said Pete Daly, managing partner of Digital Document Services. “I’m going to focus on how the press fits into existing workflow, which is crucial to processing orders and making the business profitable.”
Presentations will begin at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28, and run through Wednesday, Oct. 1. Scheduled presentations are as follows:
Sunday, Sept. 28
Pete Daly, Managing Partner and General Manager
Digital Document Services (Carrollton, Texas)
Bill Carver, Customer Print Solutions Manager
RT Associates, Inc. (Arlington Heights, Ill.)
Sean Cummins, President & Owner
Creative Digital Color Solutions (Elk Grove Village, Ill.)
Monday, Sept. 29
Jim Liszewski, President, and Craig Landers, Office Manager
Williamson Printing (Dallas)
Alan Gardner, Partner
Sir Speedy (Newark, DE)
Tuesday, Sept. 30
Rob Reichstein, Vice President/Sales & Marketing
eDOC Solutions (Wheeling, Ill.)
Dick Johnson, Director, Prepress & Printing Technology
Bowne (Piscataway, N.J.)
Wednesday, Oct. 1
E.J. Flammer, Partner
Bates Jackson (Buffalo, N.Y.)
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