XPLOR: Learning to Love The Cloud and What it Means to Customer Communications (X16)

Type: Seminar
Date: 09/13/11 11:00 AM CT - 09/13/11 11:50 AM CT
Location: Chicago, IL United States
Web site: http://graph11.mapyourshow.com/5_0/sessions/sessiondetails.cfm?ScheduledSessionID=18A9C8C5

Speaker: Scott Bannor

The session will put the development of the cloud into historical perspective against other disruptive technologies. The session will highlight the challenges and opportunities presented by cloud computing, present an overview of the 1st through 3rd generations of customer communications tools and a discussion of 4th generation tools.

Room N426a

Xplor Conference Options: Select 1, 3, or 6 Xplor Conference sessions on Monday and/or Tuesday and it includes access to the exhibit hall. This event is priced separately and cannot be combined as part of a GRAPH EXPO Seminar Value Package.

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Scott Bannor

Scott Bannor, Regional Sales Manager
Elixir Technologies

Scott Bannor began his career in the document industry in 1980 and has held sales and marketing positions with Exxon, Philips N.V., Racal-Milgo, FormScan, Moore, Bell & Howell, Johnson & Quin, PrintSoft and GMC. Currently he is the Midwest Regional Manager for Elixir Technologies.

Beginning in the late 80s Scott did much of the missionary work in raising industry awareness of the need for document integrity technologies in implementing zero-defect print and mail strategies. In fact, it’s quite possible that Scott was the first person to address an Xplor meeting on the subject of using barcodes for monitoring integrity of MICR and other secure applications.

Scott is a noted industry observer, author and regular speaker at Xplor Globals, Regionals and other industry events. He's also authored several articles for a number of industry publications on topics ranging from ‘forms automation’ and Variable Data Document Production through ‘the history of print’ to transpromotional document production.

Scott received his BS.Ed from Northern Illinois University in 1973.