FREMONT, Calif. — January 21, 2016 — This week at the EFI™ Connect users’ conference in Las Vegas, Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (EFI) announced the launch of the Imaging of Things exchange (www.ImagingofThings.com) – an online community for EFI customers looking to connect with and share ideas with other print professionals and print buyers looking for unique and innovative applications.
The online community, which is supported and promoted by EFI, is free for customers to join and use. They can post photos and videos of their most creative work produced on EFI industrial inkjet printers and/or EFI Fiery® digital print technologies, showcasing their creativity and innovation in a forum that helps them generate new business leads.
“We are constantly inspired by innovative applications our customers create with EFI technology putting great images on almost any type of material,” said Guy Gecht, EFI’s CEO. “EFI created the Imaging of Things exchange to help our customers advertise these capabilities with a larger global community.”
EFI customers, along with ad agencies, marketers, brand owners, designers and others in the creative community, can register to participate in the Imaging of Things exchange by visiting www.ImagingofThings.com. Once registered, they can begin discovering and sharing unique applications as well as follow other users. The site is designed to be an easy way for printers and print buyers to connect and gain inspiration from each other in a dynamic online community.
Businesses worldwide create a wide range of innovative, high-value and high-quality imaging applications with EFI printers. EFI’s printer portfolio features the industry’s top industrial LED, UV and water-based narrow web, wide- and superwide-format printers, including leading ceramics and textile print technologies. This portfolio gives printing companies profitable opportunities in The Imaging of Things, delivering greater product customization and appeal in everything from signage and packaging to décor, apparel and industrial manufacturing.
Posted January 21,2016
Source: Electronics For Imaging