Larry Lorino

More than 500 entries came in for In-Print 2004, sponsored by IPG and the International Publishing Management Association. After examining them for two days in IPMA's Liberty, Mo., headquarters, judges selected 92 winners, 44 of which won first place prizes. Some of the top winners were: Brigham Young University: 8 Awards University of Oklahoma: 7 Awards Louisiana State University: 7 Awards Briggs & Stratton: 6 Awards University of Delaware: 6 Awards All prizes were presented during an awards banquet at the recent IPMA conference in Philadelphia. For more information on the contest and tips on how to win next year, visit Here

Here are the winners of last year's In-Print contest. These are not the 2003 winners. That list will appear in the next few weeks on this site. Please check back. For more information on the contest and tips on how to improve your chances of winning next time, visit our In-Print page: In-Print 2002 awards were presented during the IPMA 2002 conference in Atlanta last year. Among the big winners this year were: • SAFECO (8 awards) • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (7 awards) • University of Oklahoma (6 awards) • University of Texas Health Science Center (6

Need order in your life? A computer management system can help you achieve that, as well as productivity, efficiency and convenience. What if you could determine the status of any job, at any time, from anywhere in your in-plant? What if you could put customers at ease by instantly telling them the status of their jobs? What if you could determine the estimated cost of a job without putting pen to paper? Well you can—if you own a computer management system (CMS). Such a system lets you offer customers efficiency, convenience and accuracy at the touch of a button, while eliminating

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