Presstek launches MY DI initiative for its DI Press customers

Presstek, a leading provider of eco-friendly printing solutions, has launched MY DI – an initiative designed to help DI owners become even more competitive with their Presstek DI Offset Press. The company also formed a Global DI Program Team featuring Presstek experts to lead the MY DI program. The team, with decades of industry experience, includes: Randy Garrett, Western Region USA & Canada; Rick Books, Central Region USA & Canada; Tim Knight, Eastern USA; Alan Shaw, Northern Europe; and Emilio Mazuelos, Southern Europe. DI press owners are encouraged to visit http://www.presstek.com/mydi.htm to sign up as soon as possible. As part of the MY DI program, Presstek’s team is available to provide one-to-one consulting and options to help DI press customers increase productivity and press utilization, reduce operating costs and enhance profitability.

Ralph Jenkins.
Ralph Jenkins.

Presstek experts will provide guidance on workflow and training, as well as introduce programs for consumables parts, and services to help improve customers’ competitive positioning,” said the OEM. The MY DI initiative “underscores Presstek’s commitment to the print industry, its DI press customer base, and channel partners for sales and services” across the globe. “Our DI Program team is ready to visit customers on a global scale to help them get the most out of their press and maximize profitability,” said Ralph Jenkins, Director of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Presstek. “This initiative broadens our direct outreach and will also provide us with valuable feedback to help us to better serve our markets in the long run.”

Yuval Dubois.
Yuval Dubois.

Presstek CEO Yuval Dubois added: “We’re excited about the direction and collective expertise that this team brings to the table. We’re eager to develop and bring to market a steady flow of programs that aim to drive down the operational costs for DI press owners. The team will collaborate with technical staff, other internal resources, and our esteemed dealers, to deliver these programs.”

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.