Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (EFII)

Analyst Day Conference Call

November 4, 2011 9:00 am ET


Guy Gecht – Chief Executive Officer

Toby Weiss – Senior Vice President, General Manager, Fiery

Scott Schinlever – Seniror Vice President, General Manager, EFI Inkjet Solutions

Marc Olin – Senior Vice President, General Manager, APPS

Ghilad Dziesietnik – Chief Technology Officer

Frank Mallozzi – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Marketing

Vincent Pilette – Chief Financial Officer


Shannon S. Cross – Cross Research LLC

Ananda Baruah – Brean Murray, Carret & Co.


Guy Gecht

So, not just an opportunity to talk more about the longer term, not a quarter-by-quarter market dynamics, competitor landscape, what EFI strategy is doing is going after, but also and more importantly is to see and hear the people that are actually driving the business, not just Vincent and I that you have the pleasure to talk to. From time to time, you’re going to see Jim, CTO, Head of President of Marketing and you will be able to ask some questions, and I think he will give you new insights into your thought.

So, today is November 4 th. Last year, November 5 we were here for Investor Day, so it’s just a year, and so its exactly a year minus a day, and we feel like we went right on many areas and there is a lot of things to continue to capture from that, so we will spend time thinking about and talking to you about what is going on and why we feel like what was going for us in the last 364 days can continue for longer periods of time. I encourage everybody to read Safe Harbor guides. You guys are professional, you know the rules. Forward-looking statements, we are potentially going to make some today.

Briefly, let’s talk about the Agenda. So, I’m going to have brief opening remarks talking about what we are doing and how the last field shaped up. I will touch the industry, I think a lot of you know the industry in just in high level, the transformation in the industry must go through to be stronger and each player in the industry must go through to survive and continue to grow. And I’ll talk about the EFI transformation, which is completed and at the point that we are going to be benefiting with the industry moving in certain directions.

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