Scott Bannor

Mr. Bannor graduated (BS Ed) from Northern Illinois University in 1973 and began his career in digital communications in 1980, after a number of years teaching at a Chicago Public high school.



He has held sales, marketing and product management positions with a number of industry leaders including, Exxon, Philips NV, Moore Business Forms, FormScan, Johnson & Quin, PrintSoft, Firstlogic, Bell + Howell, PrintSoft and GMC Software. He joined OBRIEN in December 2012.



Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Mr. Bannor was involved in advancing the concept of the Automated Document Factory and sold ADF hardware and software to clients such as the United States Postal Service, large banks and insurance companies and the United States Treasury Department.



He has sold document composition and post processing software for over 20 years. He has been a frequent speaker at industry events and has contributed articles to publications such as eDocument News, Outputlinks and the Xploration Journal.

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Oct. 3 2014
The key component of this new world of customer communications is, of course, the Internet. The web makes it possible for people–regardless of whether they’re document authors or document recipients–to...
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Sept. 19 2014
The farther we’ve come, the farther it seems we have to go. It wasn’t all that long ago that the people in your print operations couldn’t tell exactly how a specific document would look...
There is an expression, “The only constant is change.” That certainly appears to be true in 2020, and especially so for communicators in almost every industry