IDEAlliance Offering Roadmap to Process Control in Three-Part Webinar

ALEXANDRIA, VA—July 12, 2012—IDEAlliance has developed a training curriculum to help print service providers turn printing into a predictable, manufacturing process. The “G7 Process Control Program” builds on the momentum of the existing G7 program, which to-date has qualified more than ,1000 companies worldwide. In an in-depth, three-part “IdeasOnline Webinar” series—titled “G7 Process Control Webinar: A Roadmap to Efficiency & Predictability”—print providers will discover the process and benefits of standardizing their print production workflows.

Part I on July 26, 2012, will serve as an introduction to G7 process control and identify key attributes of an efficient media production workflow. In this session, attendees will discover how to use G7 process control to maintain and adjust print workflows to ensure maximum print quality repeatability, and profits.

In Part II on August 2, attendees will discover how G7 process control allows print and premedia providers to achieve new efficiency levels that save money on the bottom line, while simultaneously achieving superior color consistency across their client’s multi-faceted campaigns. You’ll hear what worked and what challenges they overcame as they worked to optimize the print manufacturing process.

In Part III on August 9, experienced business and technology leaders from wide-format and specialty imaging companies explain how they used the G7 process control program elements to achieve consistent quality levels when printing to a “modified aim” designed for their unique substrates and inks.

All sessions are from 2-3 p.m. Eastern Time and will be led by Joe Fazzi, vice president media production technologies, IDEAlliance, and Ron Ellis, Ron Ellis Consulting. Details and registration are at or by calling 703-837-1070.

About IDEAlliance

IDEAlliance (International Digital Enterprise Alliance) is a global community of content and media creators, and their service providers, material suppliers, and technology partners. Our Association identifies best practices for efficient end-to-end digital media workflows—from content creation through delivery. Through our active committees, educational conferences, webinars, training and certification programs, we provide members the forum for the exchange of information that results in the creation of our industry’s most valued standards.

Source: IDEAlliance.

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