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DECEMBER 2012




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Printing Technology Supplier La Crosse Litho Becomes The Mosaica Group
The new identity emphasizes their team's diverse expertise and commitment to customer support. At a time of constant evolution and intensifying competition in the printing industry, the people of La Crosse Litho Supply are determined to deliver the expert support printers increasingly need. To emphasize this commitment, the Sussex-based graphic arts distributor has unveiled a new identity. La Crosse Litho Supply is now The Mosaica Group.

"Back when I bought the company, we set out to deliver unprecedented value by focusing not on the technology that manufacturers wanted to sell, but on the solutions that our clients needed to succeed," said Randy Peters, the company's president and CEO. "Today, as this mission continues to grow, we've chosen a unique new name to match the unique value our team delivers."

The Mosaica Group helps clients take full advantage of today's technologies in digital printing, color management, workflow and other aspects to do things faster and smarter - so they can be more competitive in a rapidly changing industry.


Urgent News For Mailing Equipment Dealers
The use of the Intelligent Mail barcode (IMb) is required starting January 28, 2013 in order to maintain automation mail discounts, which can be significant. The Postal Service has been holding a series of webinars to assist mailers and mailing service providers with the switch from the POSTNET barcode to IMb. Recordings of those webinars can be listened to at their website. For more information, please contact Jim Workman at 1-800-910-4283 (ext. 710) or emailjworkman@printing.org.


Global Imaging Grand Opening
Global Imaging has opened its new 6,500 square foot Workflow Studio-the only showroom in the U.S. that features a full grand format printing workflow from prepress to printing to finishing.

Tara Lamb, president of Global had this to say: "Typically customer-demonstrations done at manufacturer facilities feature a limited product line. We recognized that it would help customer make better business decisions if they could see how the equipment all came together and worked in conjunction with each other in an effective workflow environment."

Looking ahead to 2013, Global Imaging hopes to use the Workflow Studio for demonstrations and to enhance the customer experience by offering educational seminars and events on a regular basis.


The WORLD is FLAT(BED) OPEN HOUSE
Giant Media, digital printing equipment and solutions company invited everyone to bring their files to "The World is Flat(Bed)" Open House. It took place September 27th & 28th, 2012 at Giant Media Headquarters located at 2902 E. Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034. Giant Media has partnered with GraphixDirect to bring you an Open House featuring the Flora Hi-Resolution 2512 UV Flatbed printer. Everyonebrought their custom files to see how well the Flora can handle various files and get educated by an expert representative from GraphixDirect. There were print demonstrations all day long.


NEW DEALER Joins Mailers MVP in Bell and Howell's Growing Dealer Network
Bell and Howell, a leading provider of solutions and services for paper-based and digital messaging, today announced that Imhoff Technologies, a rapidly growing distributor of postal software solutions, has signed on as a Platinum-level dealer of its best-in-class BCC Mail Manager software.

"Imhoff Technologies has deep knowledge of the local market, coupled with decades of postal experience. They will help us reach an important market that has been rocked by SAP's decision to discontinue production and support of its Postalsoft solution," said Chris Lien, Bell and Howell's Vice President of Postal Software.

"We are confident that Imhoff Technologies can help those customers easily transition to solutions like our BCC Mail Manager, which supports Full Service Intelligent Mail barcode today, and also supports the broadest range of USPS sortation categories."

Speaking for his company, Greg Imhoff, president of Imhoff Technologies commented: "We are excited to be working with Bell and Howell, and be able to offer our customers the premier postal software solution. We have worked with a lot of vendors, and believe that the advanced capabilities of BCC Mail Manager and other Bell and Howell products, coupled with their superior service, puts them in the clear leadership position."


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