PrintShop 101 now offered to Sir Speedy and PIP Printing Centers
Press release from the issuing company
Tampa, Fl, March 18 -- After product evaluation by Franchise Services, LSR Publishing Group has become the vendor of PrintShop 101, the CD-ROM based training program, for all Sir Speedy and PIP Printing Centers. It is expected that this program will help to maintain training as a high priority on an ongoing basis.
According to Mal Greenberg, President, the program developers had franchise-sized shops in mind when preparing the original lessons. Then, after popular acceptance by the industry, Version 2 was created to extend the content to cover digital printing topics. Now, the training program can be used with people who are new to the industry as well as experienced employees in sales, production and customer service.
Version 2 also finalized the built-in Spanish version. With a click of the mouse, the entire program is presented in Spanish. PrintShop 101 is the only training in the industry with this feature. It can be used with Spanish speaking personnel in the United States as well as in Spanish speaking countries throughout the world.
Greenberg says that the benefits of PrintShop 101 training extends to shops of all sizes. "It is not unusual for us to receive multiple orders from large companies who want to have a copy in each plant and, perhaps, in different departments", he says. More than that, the program is being used in rehabilitation programs, in prisons and in introductory courses in secondary schools and universities.
The company has rejected the idea of placng the program online. "The CD-ROM is much less expensive for the end user than monthly online costs and is more flexible in everyday usage. We hope the low cost will help make it a basic reference guide for every shop.", said Greenberg.
For more information about PrintShop 101, visit www.printshop101.com/wtt.htm
In addition to seeing the details of the program, the website allows you to download free PDFs of several colorful safety posters for display in work areas.
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