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2017 The Future of the In-Plant

State of the Industry: “The Future of the In-Plant”

IPMA is proud to provide our membership with a 1-hour webinar looking toward the future of in-plants. Greg Cholmondeley, author of the study presented by IPMA and sponsored by Canon, presented the findings of the directions and plans of in-plants over the next five years. He was joined by John Sarantakos, from the University of Oklahoma and Kris Tanner from Schneider Electric, who shared their perspectives as well. Attendees came away with a good idea of what in-plants across the country see as the major upcoming changes, the challenges they’ll need to overcome, and the actions they are taking to increase their success.  This webinar was held on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 1:30 PM Central time zone.  If you were unable to attend, are an IPMA member and would like to view the webinar CLICK HERE.

If you are not a member of IPMA you may access the Executive Summary of The Future of the In-Plant HERE

If you would like more information regarding and IPMA membership please contact Amy Banker at 816/919-1691 ext. #102 or Ready to join CLICK HERE.

Greg Cholmondeley- President, Cholmonco, Inc.

Greg Cholmondeley has 35 years of experience in the printing industry as a design engineer, a marketing manager, and as an industry analyst. He’s been the Worldwide K-12 Industry Marketing Manager for Xerox, the In-Plant Segment Marketing Manager for Ricoh, the Marketing Manager for the Book Production and Financial Services Sectors for Oce, and the Director the Caslon/PODi Workflow Practice. Mr. Cholmondeley is currently President of Cholmonco, Inc. which researches, analyzes and documents best practices and innovative solutions in the printing industry. He has written hundreds of case studies, blog articles, and trade magazine articles, and, most recently, has published the first of two novels. This vast array of experiences provides him with a broad collection of connections and perspectives to identify and interpret trends and opportunities within the in-plant and production printing marketplace.