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Kodak able to complete acquisition of Creo

Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 11:10:00
Kodak able to complete acquisition of Creo : Eastman Kodak Company announced that it has received the approval of the European Union to complete its proposed acquisition of Creo Inc. Kodak announced on January 31 that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Creo, a premier supplier of prepress systems used by commercial printers worldwide. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Creo is the world’s No. 1 provider of workflow software used by printers to manage efficiently the movement of text, graphics and images from the computer screen to the printing press.The shareholders of Creo approved the transaction on March 29. The European Union’s action follows approvals received from regulatory authorities in Canada and Israel.


Jackman and Marsh new Vice Presidents at Kodak

Mark Peters : 2005-05-14 19:15:00
Jackman and Marsh new Vice Presidents at Kodak : Eastman Kodak Company announced today that its board of directors has elected Michael W. Jackman and Michael L. Marsh as Vice Presidents of the company, effective immediately. Michael Jackman, 46, is General Manager of Healthcare Information Systems. He joined Kodak in 2003 to lead global research and development operations for the company's Health Group. Prior to joining Kodak, he was founder and CEO of a consulting firm, which specialized in technology development and strategy for companies in the wireless, IP telephony, security and software infrastructure areas.


Kodak Ofoto changed to Kodak EasyShare Gallery

Mark Peters : 2005-05-07 03:10:00
Kodak Ofoto changed to Kodak EasyShare Gallery : Eastman Kodak Company and its online photo service subsidiary, Ofoto, has announced that the service will change its name to Kodak EasyShare Gallery, effective 18 May. This powerful new name builds on the success of the award-winning Ofoto service and provides new and exciting opportunities for integration within the Kodak family of products, including the ability to directly access the Gallery from new Kodak EasyShare-One zoom digital cameras. With the change, Ofoto.com will become Kodakgallery.com. From now until 18 May, customers will continue to see the Ofoto name and should visit http://www.ofoto.com to access, share, and print their pictures.


Lyra Research: Women prefer Kodak digital cameras

Mark Peters : 2005-05-03 22:45:00
Lyra Research: Women prefer Kodak digital cameras : According to Lyra Research's 2004 U.S. Digital Photography Survey, more than 20 percent of women surveyed use a Kodak digital camera, while only 10 percent of men made Kodak their brand of choice. Men appear to prefer Canon digital cameras, with almost 17 percent of male respondents using that brand. "The explanation is that women in general are less comfortable with technology and therefore are more attracted to trusted brands," says Charles LeCompte, president of Lyra and director of Lyra's Digital Photography Advisory Service. "And the biggest brand in photography is, of course, Kodak."


Kodak rises to nr.3 in global digital camera sales

Mark Peters : 2005-04-18 22:50:00
Kodak rises to nr.3 in global digital camera sales : Eastman Kodak, the world's largest photography company, rose to third place in global digital camera sales last year, surpassing Olympus, according to a report by IDC, a market data company. Worldwide shipments of digital cameras reached 74 million units in 2004, said IDC in her report. Rochester, New York- based Kodak, which last year surged past Sony Corp. as the top seller in the U.S., had an 11.8 percent global market share. Chief Executive Officer Daniel Carp is transforming Kodak into a digital-imaging company as sales of film decline. He announced in Sept. 2003 that Kodak would concentrate on digital imaging for consumers, health-care professionals and commercial printers.


Kodak is Proud Partner of America's National Parks

Dennis Hissink : 2005-04-14 17:00:00
Kodak is Proud Partner of America's National Parks : Eastman Kodak Company announced the donation of digital imaging equipment to 55 of the nation's National Parks. The grants, which have a total value of over $200,000, are made possible through Kodak's partnership with the National Park Foundation as a "Proud Partner of America's National Parks." The purpose of the donation is to help the National Parks harness the power of pictures to better connect people to their National Parks and thus enrich the experience of the millions of people who visit the parks each year. Through the National Park Foundation, the nation's National Parks were encouraged to apply to the Foundation, on a competitive basis, for the Kodak equipment grants.


Kodak digital camera tips about image quality

Mark Peters : 2005-04-06 08:30:07
Kodak digital camera tips about image quality : With many choices available for printing digital photos - from stand-alone home printers to printing at in-store kiosks and minilabs to ordering prints online - digital camera owners have many factors to consider. The single most important factor is image quality - and that can be subjective, at best. Different people may have different opinions of an image. Based on decades of studying image science and the ways people capture, view and share pictures, Kodak researchers have put together the following tips for evaluating image quality. Consider these guidelines when deciding which printing choice best meets your needs.


Kodak Picture Kiosk introduction

Mark Peters : 2005-02-23 15:00:00
Kodak Picture Kiosk : Eastman Kodak Company today announced a new, lower cost digital printing kiosk product to make it easier for traditional and non-traditional retailers alike to gain entry into the rapidly growing digital printing space. The new Kodak Picture Kiosk is a pedestal-style digital system, which has a significantly smaller footprint and weight than current kiosks, and is ideal for retailers who have not traditionally been able to justify on-site digital printing services. In addition, new developments to the Kodak Picture Maker G3 family of kiosks will help more retailers harness the potential of the digital printing market. New kiosk features will enable connectivity for remote business management and remote services.






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