More Than 120 Free Online Training Sessions Help Esko Customers To Get The Most Out Of New Software
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Press release from the issuing company
Web Sessions are Designed to Accelerate Customer Adoption of Key Functionality
Ghent, Belgium – Esko (www.esko.com) is launching a global series of free training webinars, developed to help customers fully adopt the functionality of the Esko Software Platform 16. There are more than 120 free training webinars planned to help customers get the most out of their new software.
Adding business value
“In developing Esko Software Platform 16, we researched our customer’s business needs. We learned that they want scalable prepress solutions that provide higher throughput and allow stricter quality control. A massive increase of short run production jobs puts high demands on tradeshops and converters,” says Bernard Zwaenepoel, Senior Vice President of the Software Business at Esko. “Esko now delivers a series of solutions that help to overcome these hurdles. The first customer feedback has been extremely positive and confirms stunning results on most of our value propositions. Customers have reported cases of over 40% higher prepress throughput, or 35% reduction in workflow approval times. Encouraged by these findings we will support all our customers and train them on these new use cases and functions.”
Overview of new functionality
The free webinars offer an overview of the new features of Esko Software Platform 16. The webinars use actual production files and are presented by domain experts. There are many opportunities to ask Esko experts questions during the live sessions, which are conducted in English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German.
Presentations will cover most of Esko’s flagship software, including ArtiosCAD, ArtPro+, Automation Engine, Imaging Engine, Studio and WebCenter.
Recordings will be made available later, so customers have maximum access to these webinars.
Limited spaces so book now!
Because we want to be able to address all attendee questions during the live sessions, seats per session will be limited. Customers can consult the agenda online and register for the sessions they are most interested in.
Zwaenepoel concludes: “I’m not aware of any other supplier to the industry that has undertaken an educational initiative of this magnitude. It is an exciting opportunity for our customers and will be a great resource for the future. We want all attendees to leave each session with a clear understanding of how they can leverage these new capabilities to enhance their businesses.”
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