Printware has announced that Tim Murphy, President of Printware, will be a guest speaker at the IPMA Conference in Milwaukee June 8-12, 2014. Mr. Murphy will present "Inkjet Mailing Opportunities-Case Studies of Success" during a workshop session to be held at 10:30 on June 11. Printware is an official sponsors of the 2014 IPMA Conference.
The workshop focuses on how business owners and in-plants, have incorporated inkjet technology into their mailing operations to improve profitability and productivity.
“Printware is delighted to share the success stories of our customers with the IPMA members” commented Tim Murphy. “The addition of inkjet technology has resulted in improved turnaround for customers, improved profitability for the shop owner and the ability to provide new levels of service for short run color work that in most cases was outsourced.”
Printware is currently conducting seminars around the country on inkjet productivity and profitability. The seminar series was developed to help business owners better understand how the inkjet technology of the award winning iJetColor Press, powered by Memjet, makes profitability possible in less than a year even with very modest print volumes.
Printers may register for these free seminars by visiting www.ijetcolor.com/seminar. The seminars are currently scheduled for:
- 6/8-12 – IPMA In-Plant Association, Milwaukee (open to IPMA attendees only)
- 6/9-12 – NAQP/NAPL Conference, Milwaukee (open to NAQP/NAPL attendees only)
- 6/25 – Denver, CO
- 7/23 – Orange County, CA
- 7/24-25 – Franchise Services Convention, Anaheim, CA
“The core benefit of inkjet technology makes short-run 4-color work with personalization and short runs a reality for our customers,” commented Tim Murphy, President of Printware. “Inkjet technology complements a print shop’s existing operations by adding a high performance, low cost digital inkjet press to further enable personalized short run color printing.”
Murphy is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas with a degree in Quantitative Methods and Computer Science; Murphy helped develop the first high resolution PostScript RIP for laser and CtP. He has practical experience implementing PDF work-flows as an application engineer and has helped over 500 print manufacturers implement CtP workflows and variable data ink jet printing solutions.