BATAVIA – Marketing executive Chuck Randazzo has joined Integrated Graphics Inc. as a principal, the company announced in a news release.
“This is a great fit for my knowledge and skillset,” stated Randazzo in the release. “Integrated Graphics provides high value print products and marketing services to customers. One of my early goals is to build upon the company’s success by elevating its product line and building brand awareness through sales and marketing initiatives.”
Before joining Integrated Graphics, Randazzo was a sales and marketing executive with a $30 million, nationally recognized print and technology company. He had been an executive vice president at Aspen Marketing for 24 years, the release stated.
In the release, Randazzo stated that Integrated Graphics is always working to stay in front of industry trends, not only with conventional and digital print, but also with mailing and related services.
“Data management has become critical to all types of businesses within the marketplace,” he stated.
“It’s all about creating efficiency,” stated Integrated Graphics founder and CEO Keith Murphy in the release. “How are we helping our customers with their marketing efforts? By being more efficient, more effective and more affordable. We enhance the end-user experience and our customer’s ROI though our efficiencies.”
According to the news release, one way that Integrated Graphics increases efficiencies is by investing in new press technology. Being an early adopter of print technology is a hallmark of the company. For example, it was the first company in the Midwest and only one of a handful nationwide to install a Fuji inkjet J Press, described as industry leading innovation.
“New press technology allows for tremendous flexibility,” stated Randazzo.