The Digital imaging Association’s (DIA’s) next helpful online webinar, Gambling with Future Technology: How Technologies and Applications will Impact your Business, will take place next Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 12:30 pm Eastern Standard Time (Canada and the USA). It’s both a challenging and an exciting time in the printing and graphic communications industry, as many print providers have been forced to transition – and even re-invent – their operations and businesses with many new developments and technology innovations, due in part to COVID-19 and other industry trends.
But how do you evaluate these new forces and opportunities? Which ones will have a long-term impact on your business and what should you be on the lookout for? Join industry guru Dr. Mark Bohan as he discusses the top game-changers in the industry today, and assesses the business impact of many hardware and software solutions. Understand what’s happening, how these changes and opportunities will impact the products and solutions you sell, and most importantly, how these forces will shape your printing business in the years to come. For more information, please visit www.digitalimagingassociation.com and discover the many advantages of becoming a DIA member.
Currently Director of Colour Solutions at Konica Minolta Business Solutions, Dr. Mark Bohan is an acknowledged expert on the application of all print technologies, their business impact, and the optimization of production workflow and print operations. Working with many processes and new technologies, he’s carried out extensive technical and business assessments for both users and original equipment manufacturers as to their impact on business operations. His work has yielded over 450 publications, invited presentations and press articles. In his current role he’s responsible for colour solutions for Konica Minolta – including digital toner, inkjet, cloud solutions, colour management and G7 implementations. He serves on multiple boards and committees, while also participating in the development of colour standards worldwide.