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Kodak management structure for digital future

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-16 20:42:00
Kodak management structure for digital future : Eastman Kodak Company announced the establishment of a Chief Operating Office, a move designed to enable the streamlining of its senior management and enhance operational effectiveness as the necessary next step in the company’s digital transformation. The Chief Operating Office will be led jointly by Philip J. Faraci, President, Consumer Digital Imaging Group, and James T. Langley, President, Graphic Communications Group, effective immediately. Faraci and Langley, who are Senior Vice Presidents of the company, will continue to be responsible for managing the day-to-day operational activity of their respective businesses.


Kodak delivers the power of digital imaging

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 13:04:00
Kodak delivers the power of digital imaging : Kodak demonstrated a range of digital imaging solutions aimed at helping retailers tap growing consumer demand to do more with their digital pictures. At the Photo Marketing Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Kodak unveiled a lineup of custom photo books, collages and digital photo merchandising products and services that can be produced in-store, on-line and at wholesale. “Each day some 315 million digital images are taken and stored, but not printed, creating a tremendous opportunity for retailers to help consumers do more with their digital images,” said Brad Kruchten, General Manager of Kodak’s Retail Printing Business and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.


Kodak photo merchandise solution

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 13:03:00
Kodak photo merchandise solution : Kodak announced a retail opportunity for turning consumer’s digital pictures into highly-personalized photo merchandise. The fast and easy solution meets the needs of retailers and busy consumers. Retailers can take advantage of this service with no investment or a moderate addition to existing in-store assets. “This is a win-win for everyone. Our retail partners have the flexibility of using on site equipment or leveraging our Qualex operations in the US to produce a variety of custom photo merchandise,” says John Culverhouse, Worldwide Marketing Director, Retail Printing Solutions, Kodak’s Consumer Digital Group. “And consumers benefit by having a fun and fast way to tell their stories.”


Kodak Picture Kiosk software 1.5

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 13:02:00
Kodak Picture Kiosk software 1.5 : Kodak announced Kodak Picture Kiosk Software Version 1.5 that offers consumers more creative print projects while improving overall system performance. For retailers with G3 and G4 kiosks, the software upgrade creates revenue streams beyond the 4x6-inch print by providing greater functionality with the creation of picture collages. Kodak also announced the new Kodak Picture Kiosk GS Compact, a solution that provides retailers without a photo printing category an easy to use, plug and play solution that can be up and running in minutes. Coming soon to Kodak Picture Kiosks, the new Kodak Picture Movie DVD will make it one-touch simple to create multimedia picture shows with music in minutes.


Kodak X-SIGHT imaging agent

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-15 13:00:00
Kodak X-SIGHT imaging agent : Eastman Kodak Company’s Molecular Imaging Systems group announced the introduction of Kodak X-SIGHT Imaging Agents, a novel line of imaging agents for in vivo molecular imaging applications. The product line will be shown at the 14th International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference in San Francisco. In vivo molecular imaging allows non-invasive measurement of biological processes within a living organism. In contrast to conventional diagnostic imaging that highlights conditions caused by disease, molecular imaging identifies molecular abnormalities that are the origin of disease at a very early stage, which can expedite the development of treatment options that could help cure that disease.


Kodak single use camera

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-09 19:53:00
Kodak HQ single use camera : At PMA 2007, Eastman Kodak Company unveiled enhancements to its consumer family of film capture products, most notably the newly redesigned Kodak HQ Maximum Versatility single use camera that features a silver-colored body with a simple, clean and modern design, which is 20 percent smaller than the camera it replaces. This comes close on the heels of the recent Kodak Professional Portra Film launch; and together, they underscore the company’s ongoing commitment to the film category. The first shipment of the redesigned Kodak HQ single use camera to retailers began February 19, 2007. The new Kodak Gold 100 and Kodak 200 Films will be available on a stock turnover basis begining in Q1 2007.


Kodak Digital Imaging at PMA 2007

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-09 16:19:00
Kodak Digital Imaging at PMA 2007 : Eastman Kodak Company demonstrated a range of digital imaging solutions aimed at helping retailers tap growing consumer demand to do more with their digital pictures. At the Photo Marketing Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Kodak unveiled a lineup of custom photo books, collages and digital photo merchandising products and services that can be produced in-store, on-line and at wholesale. “Each day some 315 million digital images are taken and stored, but not printed, creating a tremendous opportunity for retailers to help consumers do more with their digital images,” said Brad Kruchten, General Manager of Kodak’s Retail Printing Business and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.


Kodak HQ Single Use Camera

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-03-08 18:26:00
Kodak HQ Single Use Camera : Kodak introduced its Kodak HQ Maximum Versatility Single Use Camera, which blends the quality and durability of a Kodak single use camera with a simple, clean and modern design. The new camera, 20% smaller than the camera it replaces, extends the single use camera category value in a digital world. The new design, combined with the Kodak Ektanar Lens and Kodak's 800-speed film, delivers the same high-definition pictures with the unbeatable clarity that 800-speed single use camera consumers have come to expect from Kodak. Nearly 60 percent of Americans own more expensive film or digital cameras, but still turn to one-time use cameras when they want to protect their camera or if that camera isn’t available.






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