Creo Users Thrive on Learning and Strategic Sessions at CUA 2003
Press release from the issuing company
Vancouver, B.C., Canada – (June 29, 2003) – The 2003 Creo Users Association Annual Conference, held late last month in St. Petersburg, Florida, was a great success, garnering rave reviews from attendees. Several hundred Creo customers attended the event to learn more about Creo solutions, network with other users, and share success stories and industry information.
“What a wonderful Creo users meeting this year! I learned so much and made some awesome new contacts,” says Tom Clifford of the Banta Corporation. “It was great to talk shop with the developers, share our pains and concerns with the top brass, and know that we are being listened to. Hats off to the CUA board and the Creo team for a job well done.”
Paul Genovese of Lake Book Manufacturing Inc. adds, “From Amos, Judy, and Larry, to all of the customer support folks, especially the development teams of the Prinergy® and iMPact workflows and the production planning group—everyone I spoke with was unbelievably supportive, and genuinely interested in what we were doing and how they could help us do it better.”
The strategic track of the conference launched with a keynote speech on the state of the industry from Andrew Papparozzi, Vice President and Chief Economist of the National Association for Printing Leadership. Creo CEO Amos Michelson picked up the discussion in his lunch address, and strategic themes continued in standing room-only sessions. Subjects included economic thinking, maximizing resources, and what successful printers are doing to maximize their business.
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