Tailored Solutions Donates Litho Traxx Software to Wisconsin Graphic Arts College
Press release from the issuing company
Milwaukee, WI, June 2004— Tailored Solutions—the producer of Litho Traxx print business management software for lithographic printers—has donated a copy of its popular software package to the Waukesha County Technical College, in suburban Milwaukee. In announcing the donation, Tailored Solutions president Ken Meinhardt commented: “As students seek to enter the highly technical printing environment of the 21st Century, comprehensive laboratory training using the latest software becomes ever more important. Classroom experience with Litho Traxx—the latest in print business management software—will prepare the students of Waukesha County Technical College to become productive members of the printing workforce. Tailored Solutions is proud to support the excellent graphic arts program of the college, and will provide ongoing faculty training to ensure that the latest techniques are being taught.”
Waukesha County Technical College offers more than 2000 courses to meet the needs of students and employees in the greater Milwaukee area. The college is especially known for its graphic arts and printing curricula, and conducts many hands-on training courses for printing industry personnel in the area. The college offers associate degrees in graphic design, and printing and publishing, as well as technical diplomas in printing, and advanced technical certificates in desktop publishing. Detailed information about Waukesha County Technical College is available at www.wctc.edu.
Tailored Solutions provides automated job management software for the printing industry. The company was formed in 1993 by Ken Meinhardt and David Porter, both of whom remain active in the business. Tailored Solutions offers two versions of its powerful job tracking software—Label Traxx for flexographic narrow web converters and printers, and Litho Traxx for sheetfed lithographic printers and prepress trade shops. All Tailored Solutions software is designed for use on both Macintosh and Windows platforms.
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