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Fox Business Network anchor Stuart Varney to interview industry visionaries at PMA 08 Official Business Session
A panel of imaging experts will discuss the evolution of the imaging business and the impact of new technology at the first Official Business Session at PMA 08, on Jan. 31, from 9:00-10:30 a.m. at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nev. Panelists will be interviewed by Stuart Varney of the FOX Business Network. Varney is a financial and economic journalist and formerly the host of the CNBC's broadcast of "The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board with Stuart Varney" and co-host of CNN's "MoneyLine News Hour" from 1999 to 2001. Varney joined the Fox News Network in December 2003 as a contributor to a variety of shows.
The panel of visionaries includes:
Quincy L. Allen, president of the Production Systems Group at Xerox Corp., is responsible for the company's high-end systems, software and service offerings for the graphic communications industry. He leads Xerox's efforts to leverage the power of digital printing in the offset printing market, targeting growth opportunities in just-in-time printing, customized printing and on-demand book publishing.
F. Mark Gumz, president and chief operating officer of Olympus Imaging America, was appointed to the position in January 2000. He brings experience in e-business, international trade and new business development to the panel. Gumz directs efforts to capture and package Olympus' industry expertise in a consultative offering in the healthcare industry.
Brad Kruchten, general manager of Retail Printing, and vice president with Eastman Kodak Co., is responsible for the products and services that enable retailers to offer an integrated retail solution to analog and digital photographers. These products and services include kiosks, paper, retail workflow software, service and support. Kruchten also has responsibility for Qualex and Event Imaging Solutions, which are wholly-owned subsidiaries that provide photo services to retail consumers and guests at theme parks and other attractions.
David Murphy is senior vice president, IPG Web Services & Software Business, for HP Co. He is responsible for driving IPG's Web service and software growth across all customer segments. Prior to joining HP, Murphy's most recent role was CFO for Mercury Interactive.
John Prendergast is vice president, Product and System Development, for the Imaging Group at Fujifilm U.S.A. Prendergast is responsible for the development of retail imaging solutions, including hardware, workflow software and system integration for Frontier and GetPix kiosk solutions.