TORONTO, Canada – April 16, 2015 — Scodix, the leading provider of digital enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry, today announced they are exhibiting at Graphics Canada 2015, which opens today and runs through Saturday at the Toronto International Centre. Displaying customer application examples in booth #2408, Scodix views the event as a unique opportunity to inspire, influence, entice and persuade the largest gathering of commercial printing professionals and print buyers in all of Canada. Scodix will be showcasing different real-world applications that globally are differentiating market leaders daily.
“Our mission is to introduce market players to an innovative technology that is literally repositioning service providers worldwide into new category leadership roles, while delivering a new revenue stream that’s both unique and easy to implement,” notes Amit Shvartz, Vice President of Marketing. “Our commitment to continuously provide customers, and in turn their clients, with what they need most – differentiation and unmatched added value — has literally revamped the way firms view their market position. Graphics Canada is an outstanding opportunity for us to showcase the business and marketing impact the Scodix SENSE™ experience, and the potential it can have upon the Canadian market as well.“
Attendees to the show are encouraged to come by the Scodix booth (#2408) and schedule a meeting with one of the Scodix representative.
About Graphics Canada 2015
Graphics Canada is the country’s largest and longest running showcase for the graphic arts and printing industry, and is now celebrating more than 50 years of dedication to the marketplace. Attracting the full spectrum of industry professionals — from the design community, smaller quicker printers, medium-sized facilities to the country’s largest operations — the show is expected to draw more than 8,500 attendees to the benefit of 200+ exhibitors representing over 300 companies. This year’s event will be conducted in three exhibit halls throughout the Toronto International Centre. www.graphicscanada.com