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“In-Plant Opportunities with Wide Format “
Wide format printing is a profitable and complementary product offering for in-plant print operations whose goals are to provide expanded services and cost savings for their organizations.
Learn about key factors to get into wide format in a webinar hosted by Ricoh and presented by Michele Mogilski, Production Field Marketing Manager and Debbie Pavletich, Director – Business Consulting Practice.
This Webinar will highlight key considerations for wide format including:
– Market forces driving demand and market opportunity
– Overview of key technology components
– Essential considerations for successful business execution




Debbie Pavletich
Director – Business Consulting Practice
Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group
Ricoh USA, Inc.
Debbie Pavletich is the Director of Business Operations Consulting – Production Print within Ricoh Consulting Services at Ricoh USA, Inc. As an in-plant print industry expert, she partners with clients to identify opportunities within their organizations to implement technologies that help minimize cost, streamline processes, increase throughput, improve operational efficiency, and strengthen and communicate business value. Her customer-centered approach and experience leading print industry teams enables her to collaboratively develop solutions that are in alignment with organizational objectives.
With more than 35 years of industry experience, Debbie’s previous work includes managing a world-class in-plant printing department at Briggs & Stratton Corporation where she was responsible for strategic planning, finances, purchasing, capital equipment implementation, and sales and marketing initiatives. Other accomplishments include early adoption and successful deployment of leading edge technologies, and initiating a successful sales effort to external customers.
As a subject matter specialist on in-plant operations management Debbie has delivered presentations on a wide range of industry topics, including the value of in-plant operations, color management, work flow and the implementation of software and equipment that reduce costs, improve efficiencies, and provide additional revenue.
Debbie has a certificate in management from Marquette University and has completed comprehensive finance coursework at the University of Chicago. She has served as Vendor Representative and International President of the IPMA (In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association) Board of Directors, and President of the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s Board of Directors.

Michele Mogilski
Field Marketing Manager
Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group
Ricoh USA, Inc.
Michele Mogilski is a Field Marketing Manager for the Commercial and Industrial Printing Business Group. At a time when pressure is on in-plants to do more and do it more efficiently, Ricoh helps these operations grow their business, improve audience engagement and increase efficiencies.
Michele’s digital print career started over 30 years ago in the Production Print and Graphic Communications space. Her multi-disciplinary background includes sales, systems engineering, training and marketing across multiple channels. Her expertise gives her the ability to approach problems from a variety of perspectives with an emphasis on helping customers understand how to fully leverage their investments in equipment, technology, software and processes.
Michele’s current responsibilities include product launches, marketing communications, event planning and management and customer engagement with a particular focus on Higher Education.
Michele earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration; a Master’s in Instructional Technology and completed her doctoral course work in Instructional Technology at Georgia State University.


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