Eastman Kodak, On Demand Books, and ReaderLink announced they have partnered to revolutionize the way all types of printed books will be marketed, sold and produced at point of sale. The venture brings On Demand Books’ Espresso Book Machine to national retailers integrated with Kodak Picture Kiosks, giving consumers a full-service, digital-to-print media center for all their custom print needs—from photo books, custom/local self-published titles, to educational supplements, and more.
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The International Association of Printing House Craftsmen (IAPHC) recently presented Kodak with 19 awards honoring excellence in the arts and sciences of graphic expression. Entries are submitted from around the globe and are judged by several panels of international printing experts. "Being selected from amongst hundreds of entrants from more than 15 countries is truly an honor and a testament to Kodak's outstanding quality and differentiating technology," said Vince Ferraro, Worldwide Vice President of Marketing, Digital Printing Solutions, Kodak. "Whether it's direct mail, marketing collateral, TransPromo, publishing, packaging, or general commercial print, Kodak delivers solutions that address the needs
Videk, Inc. repeats as Rochester Top 100 Company for 2011 Fairport, NY – October 31, 2011 – Videk, a worldwide leading provider of solutions for document integrity and image quality assurance print verification systems, takes the ninth place spot on the Rochester Top 100 ranking of the regions fastest growing privately held companies, according to…
INTERQUEST, a leading market and technology research and consulting firm serving the digital printing and publishing industry, today announced that Lulu.com
Book publishers are keeping their fingers crossed that 2005 will be the year the industry shakes off the period of stagnation that has coincided with the U.S. economic downturn. The domestic market continued to remain essentially flat in 2004, but industry insiders are hopeful that the market will soon show growth. The shift toward more flexible production schedules, and resurgence in educational and reference titles will likely be the engines that drive any industry upswing. Another trend in 2005 will be publishers aiming to enhance profitability by leveraging the cost benefits of digital printing and international sourcing. Setting the Stage for Growth
Scitex Corp. sold its Scitex Digital Printing unit to Eastman Kodak Co. for $250 million in cash. Under the terms of the sale, the Israel-based company will retain $12 million of the digital printing unit's expected $22 million cash balance at closing, producing a total cash consideration for the transaction of $262 million. Kodak's acquisition of the high-speed digital printing technology unit falls in line with Kodak's determination to move toward digital photography and away from film, a strategy the Rochester, N.Y.- based company outlined earlier this year. "We are moving decisively to implement our growth strategy by expanding into a