Pauline Gindlesperger has successfully completed her 77 years in the printing industry. The lady is finally retiring from her position of key advisor and corporate officer from e-LYNXX Corporation. The firm started off as ABC Advisors in the year 1975 by her son William Gindlesperger.
The lady has been there even before the evolution of Internet, e-mails, digital photography, and digital printing. She talks about snail mail and communications and how she has seen them transform to the communication of nanoseconds today.
She says: "We are so used to instantaneous communications now, we think nothing of it, the speed with which we can send e-mails with attachments, like proofs, is mind boggling. The Internet era has hurt and helped the print industry. Printers are so much more efficient today because of it. However, so is everyone else and the need for printed documents is on the decline. Look at what has happened with the U. S. Post Office because it raised its prices and caused the drastic drop in direct mail pieces."