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RPI to Host Idealliance G7® Certification Training at its Seattle Corporate Headquarters August 14-16

Press release from the issuing company

Registration is now open for the in-depth digital print
training session led by Don Hutcheson.

Alexandria, Va. – Idealliance, a global thought leader in the graphic communications industry and a non-profit organization with 11 strategically located offices around the world, has partnered with RPI to offer G7 training at RPI’s corporate headquarters in Seattle, Wash., August 14-16, 2018. RPI is a global print services leader for digital print solutions with fully integrated creative services specializing in personalized, on demand, photo merchandise and corporate communication products. Registration is now open for this in-depth digital print training session at www.idealliance.org.

Led by Don Hutcheson, G7 Lead Expert Trainer, this three-day training event will cover a multitude of print applications, including digital print, color management, process control, implementation, and optimization. It will feature live demonstrations of applying the G7 methodology in production for printing and proofing.

G7 is Idealliance’s global industry-leading set of specifications for achieving gray balance and is the driving force for achieving visual similarity across all print processes. The G7 methodology is designed to align all print technologies for visual consistency, process and quality control, and color workflow management. RPI is a leader in digital printing with a mass customization technology platform enabling personalized printing and global fulfillment through facilities in Seattle, Atlanta, and Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

“As an industry thought leader, with a commitment to service, technology, and development, RPI is a great partner for Idealliance to showcase the G7 methodology and give users an exceptional first-hand experience with implementation on a wide gamut of digital print technologies, from a world-renowned trainer, Don Hutcheson,” says Jordan Gorski, Idealliance Director of Global Certification Programs. “We are looking forward to this training event in the Pacific Northwest and to our continued partnership with RPI.”

This G7 Training session is open to the public for participants to achieve G7 Expert and G7 Professional Certification. Participants must register online at Idealliance.org prior to attending. Upon the completion of the three-day training at RPI, participants will leave with extensive practical hands-on experience in G7 implementation and print management. G7 Experts and Professionals must complete an online examination to verify their aptitude in G7, color management, and process control to help print service providers, as well as brands, creatives, and other print supply chain partners achieve G7 Master Qualification.

Idealliance is recognized by ISO as the largest certifying body in the graphic and visual communications industry. G7 Experts and G7 Professionals are certified by Idealliance as proven leaders in print production and global standards to align all proof and print applications regardless of process, ink, or substrate. G7 Experts and G7 Professionals are also committed to reducing costs, speeding product to market, and improving and maintaining their clients’ brand image and print production requirements.

G7 certification is the most recognized international specification for color management, and not only achieves consistent color reproduction across any print medium or substrate, but also provides a tremendous savings to an operation’s bottom line. Utilizing G7 within a print production workflow improves output consistency across multiple print services, platforms, and distribution outlets.

Register for the August 14-16 RPI training event at www.idealliance.org. For more information about G7 and G7 training opportunities, visit http://connect.idealliance.org/g7/home or contact Jordan Gorski at (703) 837-1096 or [email protected].


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