Komori America is the Gold Sponsor of the Inkjet Summit 2018, which will be held from 9-11 April at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The Inkjet Summit is an invitation-only event designed for senior managers and business executives who want to understand how current and future inkjet production printing technology, software and solutions will impact their business and investment decisions.
Komori will be part of the Case Study Presentation sessions at the Summit where solution providers and their end user customers discuss challenges faced, strategy, implementation, outcome and the future of inkjet. Joining Jacki Hudmon, Komori’s senior vice president of marketing and new business development, to share their stories of success with Komori’s Impremia IS29, will be Rick LaReau, chairman and chief executive officer of Worth Higgins & Associates, Virginia’s largest commercial printer, and Chris Feryn, president at Premier Press, a woman-owned creative production company serving the Pacific Northwest.
Both companies have installed Komori’s Impremia IS29, a first-of-its-kind 23 x 29-inch UV inkjet sheetfed printing system, for its unique ability to fill the gap between mainstream offset and digital by offering high quality, variable data printing with greater substrate options. LaReau and Feryn will share with attendees the different ways the IS29 is making it possible for their companies to produce unique premium marketing materials with the flexibility of short-run, targeted marketing.
Komori will also be presenting its complete Inkjet line-up from the B2 UV IS29 to the continuous feed Truepress Jet520 HD and the soon-to-be-released B1 Nanographic Sheetfed Press—the NS40. All three products meet the core tenets of Komori’s brand, as well as the demands of the marketplace: quality, reliability and freedom of substrate.
Additionally, Premier Press’ Feryn will be a panelist in the ‘General Session: The Business Justification Process to Acquire Inkjet’, which will be held on 11 April. Feryn will discuss the reasons Premier Press, an early adopter of digital printing technologies, chose to acquire a Komori Impremia IS29 to increase its business capabilities.
For more information on the Inkjet Summit, visit http://www.ijsummit.com.