IMPA to host a conference on 30 September in Indore

The Indore Master Printer's Association (IMPA) conference on workflow automation and print standards and futuristic print technologies like flexible electronics is being hosted on 30 September. The half day knowledge session is expected to help contemporary print businesses. The IMPA conference is expected to help businesses stay competitive, improve efficiency, enhance quality, explore new market opportunities, and stay ahead of technological advancements.

27 Sep 2023 | By Charmiane Alexander

Tushar Dhote, chairman of Pamex 2024

In today's contemporary print businesses, workflow automation and print standards play a crucial role in ensuring efficiency, productivity, and customer satisfaction. As the printing industry continuously evolves, it is essential for print businesses to stay updated with the latest advancements and technologies to stay competitive in the market. This is the reason the Indore Master Printer's Association is hosting a conference on 30 September at the Sheraton Grand Palace in Indore.

As per the schedule, the conference will see presentations by Dr Ashutosh Tripathi of IIT Kanpur talking about printed electronics - The next revolution in the printing industry and Dr. Anjan Kumar Baral, of GJUS&T Hisar talking about achieving quality along with productivity through use of print standards. Both topics will help print businesses learn about emerging trends, applications, and market opportunities. This knowledge can help them diversify their offerings and tap into new revenue streams.

After the two presentations, Tushar Dhote will moderate a session about workflow automation and it’s benefits along with experts like Sanjay Patel of Param Packaging; Ayush Jain of Vijayshri Packaging; Vivek Barjatya of Orient Pack-N-Print; and Parmeshwar Patidar of Indus Analytics Industry.

Tushar Dhote who is chairman of Pamex 2024 shared with PrintWeek that "workflow automation and print standards can provide several benefits. These include improved efficiency, enhanced quality and consistency, cost and time savings." Dhote added, "Implementing workflow automation can reduce costs associated with manual labour, rework, and wastage of resources. By automating repetitive tasks, print businesses can save time and focus on more value-added activities."

The IMPA seminar is expected to educate attendees on cost-effective automation solutions and best practices for implementation.

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