Wednesday, May 6, 2015
From the beginning of a Press Release issued by ASG:
Danvers, MA – May 6, 2015 - Archimedia Solutions Group (ASG) announces their placement of #38 on the Boston Business Journal’s Pacesetters Select 70 list which highlights the fastest growing private companies in the Boston area. This placement is the result of achieving 140% sales growth since the comparison year of 2011. This is the second year in a row Archimedia has been recognized by the BBJ having landing in the #38 slot in 2014 as well.
Archimedia focuses exclusively on providing architects and engineers with On-Site Print Management solutions. The business has grown rapidly throughout the United States since its founding in 2006 and now finds itself among the largest companies in its industry in the US.
Link to the complete Press Release:
Blog Publisher’s comments:
Archimedia Solutions Group (ASG) was mentioned (listed) in the April 17th issue of the Boston Business Journal. ASG achieved sales of $7.55 million in 2014, quite a remarkable number when you consider that ASG was founded only 8 years prior to that. Prior to founding ASG, both Mark DiPasquale and Jane Simmons, co-founders, held positions with Service Point Solutions USA (Mark was President, Jane was Vice President.)
Congrats to Mark and Jane on ASG’s selection as a “Pacesetter”.
Posted by Joel Salus at 4:52 PM
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Callprint announces appointment of new Managing Director, David Snaith, at Jupiter Visual Communications
Callprint is one of the three largest reprographics enterprises in the U.K. Callprint is a partner in LinkDSG and a ReproMax partner.
Jupiter Visual Communications, a stand-alone operation, is owned by Callprint.
Link to article on LargeFormatReview.com:
Posted by Joel Salus at 6:43 AM
This comes from a post now up on the web-site of LargeFormatReview.com
HP has introduced a new portfolio of HP PageWide XL Printers, offering the fastest large-format production printing available in colour and black-and-white.
The new printers will enable reprographic houses, print service providers (PSPs), enterprise central reprographic departments (CRDs) and print corners to produce computer-aided design (CAD) drawings and will open new business opportunities with geographic information system (GIS) maps, point-of-sale applications and posters.
In the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates, the HP PageWide XL 8000 series Printers will be available beginning in September 2015. Other devices in the HP PageWide XL portfolio will be made incrementally available between November 2015 and January 2016.
PageWide XL products will be introduced in Italy and Spain at a later date, and specific country releases will follow.
Posted by Joel Salus at 6:35 AM
Monday, April 13, 2015
In a previous post the other day, I mentioned that I was invited to attend the live production of the webinar presentation HP gave to introduce everyone to its HP PageWide XL systems portfolio. The webinar was extremely interesting, chock full of information about the portfolio, about the upcoming launch, and about the significant resources HP is committing to the launch of the XL line.
For those of you who’ve not seen the webinar presentation, I asked a representative from PorterNovelli, the PR firm supporting HP, for links to the webinar materials. Here they are:
The link immediately below will take you to the page where you can access the webinar presentation – about HP PageWide wide-format - conducted by HP’s Ramon Pastor on April 9th. When you access the first page, click on “watch now”, it will then ask you for your e-mail address, and, after you enter your e-mail address, the webinar will begin playing. The webinar presentation was quite interesting!
The link immediately below will take you to a pdf file I’ve saved in by Google Drive library. This pdf file contains the slides/pages that were presented during the webinar – about the HP PageWide wide-format line of XL systems - mentioned above. Incredibly interesting stuff!:
Posted by Joel Salus at 7:16 AM
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Apparently, a relatively new player.
BlueVue’s VP of Marketing, Mike Compeau (who used to be with Franz Engineering Reproductions in Minneapolis) reached out to me, a few days ago, to introduce me to his firm’s (BlueVue’s) document management product(s) for the construction space. Here’s some of the information that appears on BlueVue’s web-site:
Designed by construction professionals for secure, fast, reliable, consistent access to construction plans and their revisions. Designed for mid- and large-size construction companies with large plan sets in either a design+build or design/tender environment.
BluVue Plans includes tools for PDF markup and annotation, and workflows to support RFI, centralized document and project management, teams and notifications. Bringing Construction to the Cloud
BluVue Plans is a comprehensive single software solution for:
-Request For Information (RFI)
-Use it during pre-construction (estimating), construction (paperless plans, markup, collaboration), and post-construction (as-builts and maintenance).
Link to their web-site:
Posted by Joel Salus at 6:28 AM