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Oct 20, 2010 12:00 AM
Charlottesville, VA-based Interquest, a leading market and technology research and consulting firm in digital printing and publishing, announces its Digital Printing in Government and Higher Education Forum. The seminar will take place in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, November 17, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.
The forum is designed around recent and on-going Interquest research in digital printing in the government and higher education environments. The forum will feature an update on market and technological developments as well as key findings from recent Interquest studies on digital printing. The morning and afternoon sessions will feature case studies from government and higher education users who will present their applications, successes, and challenges with digital printing and the afternoon session will include a panel of executives from leading vendors who will present their companies' strategies and solutions for these markets.
The seminar is sponsored HP, InfoPrint Solutions Co., Kodak, Océ, Presstek, Riso, and Xerox with additional support from American Printer, In-plant Graphics, the Association of College and University Mail Services (ACUMS), the Federal Electronic Document Systems Association (FEDS), The Franklin Technical Society (FTS), the Interagency Council on Printing & Publications Services (ICPPS), the National Association of College and University Mail Services (NACUMS), the National Government Publishing Association (NGPA), and the Xplor Mid Atlantic Region (MAR).
The event targets government and higher education users, including publishing and graphic services, in-plants and CRDs, print and mail services, IT/data center operations, purchasing and procurement departments, and communications professionals, as well as service providers. For more information or to register for the event, see: www.inter-quest.com/2010DigPrintingGovtForum.html.