Group 1 Software Helps Clemson Students Learn Variable Data Printing
Press release from the issuing company
LANHAM, Md., Feb. 2 -- Group 1 Software today announced that students in Clemson University's Department of Graphic Communications are utilizing Group 1's solutions in hands-on variable data printing instruction. Group 1 Software has donated copies of its core data quality and customer communications management solutions to Clemson University for use in the program. Led by Dr. John Leininger, Professor of Graphic Communications at Clemson, the course trains students in the variable data printing process. The department, which is one of the largest graphics program in the nation, focuses on hands-on learning to meet its mission of developing dedicated, practical, problem-solving professionals for the graphic communications industry.
Group 1's data quality solutions will be used by the students to obtain the requisite cornerstone of valid customer data required for successful one- to-one communications. The students will be using Group 1's DOC1 system to design and generate customer-focused documents.
"By working with Group 1's solutions, our students will obtain tremendous insight into the importance of data quality and customer communications management technologies in graphic communications," said Clemson's Dr. Leininger. "We are very grateful that an industry leader such as Group 1 has provided us software that will help us provide an innovative, interactive classroom experience for our students."
"We believe that Clemson's graphic communications students will benefit greatly from the use of our technology in a classroom environment," said Bob Bowen, CEO of Group 1 Software. "We are proud that students in one of the nation's largest graphic communications departments will be working with Group 1's products."
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