Prinova CEO Nick Romano to speak at Canon’s thINK 2016 Conference

Prinova Co-Founder and CEO Nick Romano.
Prinova’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Nick Romano.

Prinova Corporation, a Toronto-based leader in developing and delivering innovative software and services within the Customer Communications Management (CCM) market, has announced that its Co-Founder and CEO, Nick Romano, will be part of a key panel discussion at Canon’s thINK 2016 Conference, highlighting advanced marketing messaging strategies that make it possible to move beyond basic variable messaging. The conference, exclusively for Canon Solutions America production print customers, partners and sponsors, takes place October 10-12, 2016 in Boca Raton, Florida. The panel discussion, I Like Big Data and I Cannot Lie: Advanced Dynamic Content Management, takes place on October 11.

prinovacanon1-inThe session will include a discussion and Q&A designed to help participants become more confident in their organization’s ability to leverage big data. The panel will explore popular industry techniques and tools that help improve customer response rates, increase margins and leverage the true power of a digital press. Included in the discussion will be an overview of Prinova’s award-winning Messagepoint – a powerful hybrid cloud-based content management platform that provides an intuitive, secure environment for business users to own and control touchpoint messaging content and business rules, driving the pace of change for customer-facing print and digital communications.

prinovacanon2-inPrinova is a leader in developing and delivering innovative software and services within the CCM market. Prinova delivers award-winning designs, and gets them into production seamlessly while providing the support its clients need to effectively maintain their communications. Prinova’s popular Messagepoint solution helps companies strengthen their customer communications by enabling business users to control the entire messaging lifecycle for all print or digital communications, without burdening IT.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.