Wednesday, January 7, 2015
A few short years ago, Al Rank, a true veteran of the large-format imaging (i.e., reprographics) business and industry, closed down Precision Imaging (which was formerly called Precision Blueprint years before). PBI’s business was restarted by Elmer Rhoades (Elmer is the owner of three repro companies and Elmer recently joined the IRgA Board.) Anyway, Al Rank was one of the first people in the reprographics industry to convert his reprographics business to “plain paper” (away from diazo) and later to “all digital.” The other day, his name popped into my mind, and, lo and behold, I found that he’s resurfaced … in a new venture. Read on.
Here’s what he was up to …. developing a new business venture, which launched early last year, called “GhostDrop.”
“The most insanely easy way to deal with file-sharing, organization and bidding in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (A/E/C) world.
Ghostdrop is dedicated solely to the A/E/C world and has been created as a way to make the bidding process simpler and easier.”
is President at GhostDrop, LLC
Best wishes to Al and his associates at GhostDrop.
Posted by Joel Salus at 1:13 PM