"At Mimeo.com we've been a beneficiary of the demand for efficient, flexible platforms that eliminate the barriers between the customer and the latest digital print technologies and capabilities
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2011
Mimeo.com, the leading printing and distribution company, announced that Chuck Gehman, VP, Product Platforms, has been selected to speak at the 2011 Printing Industries of America Offset and Beyond Conference. The conference, scheduled for May 23-25 in Orlando, is one of the largest gatherings of print production environment professionals.
Gehman will be part of a panel discussion on the uses, advantages and limitations of cloud print service providers (CPSP), Web portals, and Web-to-print. His remarks will focus on how technology platforms in particular can streamline print workflows and boost productivity in the workplace.
“The cloud is facilitating a shift from requiring employees to print where they work, to one where they can print and manage documents from anywhere,” said Chuck Gehman, VP Print Platforms, Mimeo.com. “At Mimeo.com, we’ve been a beneficiary of the demand for efficient, flexible platforms that eliminate barriers between the customer and the latest digital print technologies and capabilities.”
“Chuck has firsthand experience developing the platforms that are transforming our business,” said Julie Shaffer, VP Digital Technologies, Printing Industries of America. “In his role at Mimeo.com, he is in a unique position to describe how technology can be used to succeed in what continues to be a challenging business environment.”
Mimeo.com is the innovator of online, on-demand cloud printing services. Over 60% of the Fortune 100 rely on Mimeo’s award winning document management tools and print on demand solutions to lower document related costs while improving employee productivity. The privately held company was founded in 1998 and has been named to the Inc. list of fastest growing private companies each of the last five years. Investors include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, DFJ Gotham, Goldman Sachs (GS) Harbourvest and Hewlett Packard (HP).
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