Canadian Printing Awards

Technology

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNOLOGY CATEGORIES, T1 to T5

  1. Please refer to the Awards Entry page at printaction.com/enter-awards for making final submissions, which includes filling out an online Company Information form and payment.
  2. Submitted technologies can be completely new products or enhanced and/or updated versions of earlier releases.
  3. Submitted technologies can originate from any country.
  4. All technologies, new or updated/enhanced, must have been commercially released during the current Period of Eligibility: September 1, 2023, to August 31, 2024.
  5. Submissions are welcome from original equipment manufacturers or distributors.
  6. If the submission is based on an enhancement to an existing technology, the majority of the entry should be focused on the new advancement.
  7. Complete the Technology Information Section of this form.
  8. Entrants may submit up to three support materials, such as print projects relating to the technology, reference letters from customers, technology partners, case studies, etc.
  9. Email this form and supplements to ncaleb@annexbusinessmedia.com or to her office. The samples must reach no later than September 18, 2024.

Mail Entries To:
PrintAction, Canadian Printing Awards
111 Gordon Baker Rd., Suite 400
North York, ON
M2H 3R1

Nomination deadline: September 13, 2024

For more information, contact
Nithya Caleb, Editor, ncaleb@annexbusinessmedia.com, 437-220-3039
Kim Barton, Sales Manager, kbarton@annexbusinessmedia.com, 416-435-9229

Submission for Technology Categories, T1 to T5

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Within 400 words, describe the submitted technology, which may include its function, target sector, internal development process and manufacture, among others
Within 400 words, describe how the submitted technology is innovative or significance to its target sector
Discuss consistency and accuracy in print output or software performance; quality and sharpness of text, images, and colour reproduction; and range of applications and materials the process, equipment, or software can handle effectively
Explain how the printing operations demonstrate efficiency and productivity; Discuss the speed, throughput, and automation capabilities of the technology or process; Describe the uptime, maintenance requirements, longevity, and overall robustness of the technology or process; offer case studies to justify your statements
Describe the cost-effectiveness achieved in terms of overall expenses
Discuss how the technology or software ensures intuitive and user-friendly operation
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(Award finalists will be notified in October. The Canadian Printing Awards Gala will be held Thursday, November 7, 2024, at Palais Royale, Toronto.)

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