Robert Palmer Joins 7 Deadly Sins Roundtable at Top 100 Summit

Calgary, Alberta – September 8, 2015 – Print Audit announced today that Robert Palmer, chief analyst at BPO Media, will appear as a panelist in the 7 Deadly Sins roundtable at the Top 100 Summit. The Top 100 Summit will take place at The Chateaux – Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, on September 25th – 27th, 2015. The Summit will be an exclusive, invitation only event for some of the proven leaders in Managed Print today.

The 7 Deadly Sins roundtable will be a special session at the Top 100 Summit that will allow 7 industry experts to weigh in on the biggest challenges dealers are facing in their Managed Print efforts. The group first appeared together in a free educational PDF, called the 7 Deadly Sins of Office Equipment Dealers. The popularity of the PDF, which has been downloaded over 3,000 times to date, has led to a second publication entitled "7 Deadly Sins: Expanded" as well as a host of panel discussions at industry events.

Robert Palmer is chief analyst and a managing partner for BPO Media, which publishes The Imaging Channel and Workflow magazines. As a market analyst and industry consultant, Palmer has more than 25 years experience in the imaging industry covering technology and business sectors for prominent market research firms such as Lyra Research and InfoTrends. He is also active in a variety of imaging industry forums and currently serves on the board of directors for the Managed Print Services Association (MPSA).

“Robert Palmer has been a trusted voice in the Managed Print world for more years than I can count,” stated West McDonald, Vice President of Business Development and Owner at FocusMPS. “We welcome his experience and vision as great additions to the 7 Deadly Sinners and can’t wait to see him in Park City this September!”

"I am truly excited to be a part of the Top 100 Summit. It is an event that provides that rare opportunity: a chance to rally with the best and brightest to share experiences, learn best practices, and challenge the status quo,” said Robert Palmer. “The Top 100 Summit will bring together many of our most perceptive and insightful thought leaders—not only to discuss the future direction of our industry but to help forge the path.”

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