Que-Net Media Opens Four Technology Solutions Centers for New Tech Training
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL 6/5/01 Que-Net MediaTM, a member of the Quebecor World Group, will open four Technology Solutions Centers in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Toronto. State-of-the-art training facilities, the Technology Solutions Centers will help catalogers, retailers and publishers embrace new technology and multi-channel production techniques. These Centers are a critical step in fulfilling the Que-Net MediaTM commitment to improve customer business performance.
The Technology Solutions Centers provide on-site training and education in the latest content management and automated publishing tools. The Centers also showcase a full array of digital capabilities, including digital photography, color management, networking, telecommunications, Web hosting and workflow analysis. Customers can view, touch and try Que-Net MediaTM technology and partner with leading industry technical experts.
"We are excited about our opening events to showcase our competitive difference," says Jack Schuh, president and COO of Que-Net MediaTM. "Unique to the industry, our centers are designed with our customers in mind and represent a major investment in technology and facilities. They give our customers the opportunity to stay ahead of technology and the competition as the industry pursues an ever-increasing range of communication channels."
Three of the Technology Solutions Centers will host opening events this month, including Chicago on June 14; New York on June 21 and 28; and Los Angeles on June 28. Toronto will host its opening event on September 27.
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