Dave Rogers held senior management positions at Southams and Quebecor for over twenty years. Throughout his career he has managed both operations and sales activities with a focus on establishing sound business processes tailored to content and product mix including workflow optimization, costing, manufacturing standards and price modeling as well as analysis of major customer requirements and associated pricing strategies.
In 1994 he co-founded Dots & Pixels Inc., the first digital color printing company in Canada. In the new and evolving world of digital color printing and database driven variable data printing he was the architect of most of the systems and tools that made their company a renown and competent leader in their field. These included an in-house developed data driven estimating and order management system as well as many of the systems developed to manipulate customer data for variable data output. He was also the architect of the web-to-print production fulfillment solution through which they processed over 60,000 orders emanating from their customer storefront and document generating websites which he oversaw. The company was sold in 2005 to Deluxe Corporation where he was retained for a five year term overseeing their digital workflows and web-to-print storefront development and fulfillment.
He was a founder of the Digital Publishing Advisory Council of Hewlett Packard as well as a board member of the Digital Imaging Association of Ontario.
John Rogers has spent over thirty eight years in the graphic communications industry. He has held senior management positions in sales, marketing and e-commerce business development with Moore Business Forms, as an entrepreneur in co-founding Dots & Pixels Inc, Canada's first digital colour printing company, and with NEBS Business Product Ltd., a Deluxe Company whom Dots was sold to in 2005.
Rogers has embraced technology as an enabler to enhance the customer experience and business development, implementing key sales leadership positions on the technology front of Moore and building their E-Commerce organization from the ground up.
In co-establishing Dots & Pixels Inc. he helped create an industry segment that today is the primary driver in the print world. As an early developer of variable data print applications and web enabled print management solutions, DPI was recognized as one of the most influential printers in Canada. (Print Action Magazine, July 2005)
As a co-founder and Board member of the digital printing industries foremost user group, DScoop, (Digital Solutions Cooperative), and a member of Hewlett Packard's Digital Publishing Advisory Council he helped HP create their direction and presence in the industry. His strategic leadership style and value ad approach to customer relationships have driven his organizations successes
With the sale to Deluxe in 2005 he was retained for 5 years serving in senior management positions directing business development in their Reseller network, National Accounts and e-commerce customer activities.