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New IDEAlliance Process Control Training Opens for Registration

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Latest Graduates Announced From Class of May 2013
Next Training October 1-3, 2013, Boston, MA

Alexandria, Virginia - IDEAlliance®, announced the newest graduates of its comprehensive new training program for standardizing the complete print production workflow, G7® Process Control. The latest to graduate from the program include; Melanie Hubener, Dtouch NY; Tom Cushing, Modernistic; Jay Sperry, HAVI Global Solutions; Dan Schlegel, Superior Lithographics; Jeff Shirm, Datamail; and Tony Quinn, Nazdar. Registration is now open for the next Process Control Training, being held in Boston, MA, October 1-3, 2013. More Details

In the newest extension of its successful series of G7 Certification Programs, G7 Process Control Experts are equipped to deliver IDEAlliance’s new G7 Process Control Master Qualification Program, which offers print providers, creative studios, and premedia operations, the knowledge and tools required to increase efficiency and predictability through the use of standards and by building customized standard operating procedures.

As printing shifts from a craft to a manufacturing process, operating in a controlled production environment is a critical step for providers of creative and print services, explains Joe Fazzi, director of the G7 Process Control program and vice president of media production technologies for IDEAlliance. Graduates of the Process Control Program are trained on how to deliver a repeatable product and protect their clients brand assets from creative through print across multiple platforms, a critical component in satisfying today;s media buyers.

The next G7 Process Control training is scheduled for October 1-3, 2013, in Boston, MA, and will be lead by Ron Ellis of Ron Ellis Consulting. Details and registration can be found at http://www.idealliance.org/events/g7-process-control-training-october-2013 or by emailing Illeny Maaza or calling 703-837-1070.


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