Xplor International’s ‘Lunch and Learn’ Webinar Series Returns

LUTZ, FL—March 8, 2012—Xplor International announced the return of its monthly “Lunch and Learn” webinar series. The complimentary webinars will run from March through October 2012 and are held the third Thursday of each month at 1 p.m. EST.

The informal panel format, lead by industry veteran, Pat McGrew, M-EDP, CMP, will cover a host of subjects related to the electronic document industry including QR codes, AFP, design, multichannel delivery and more.

“Now in its fourth year, Xplor’s Lunch and Learn complimentary webinar series has been very successful well attended and an excellent vehicle for vendors and end-users to interact in an online educational forum,” says Skip Henk, EDP, president and CEO of Xplor International. “We are excited to resume the series of one hour events and grateful to those that volunteer their time to participate and freely share their knowledge and experiences in the spirit of Xplor.”

• March 15: Xplor 2012 Conference and Vendor Forum Preview, Making It Relevant.
Come find out from the track chairs why this will be the best education event in the industry and what makes their track the one you should be attending. We have the best and brightest. Come spend an hour with us and you won’t be able to wait to get to Xplor’s Conference and Vendor Forum, 2012 – Making it Relevant.

• April 19: More QR/AR fun.
Last year’s QR Codes Lunch & Learn ran over time by half an hour and we knew we had to come back and revisit. We’ll be sharing what’s new, tools and the best ways to integrate QR Codes and Augmented Reality into your customer communications plans!

• May 17: Back to Basics – AFP, PDF and Transforms!
No matter how much you work with AFP. PDF, metacode, PCL and the other print languages of the business world, there is always more to learn and a lot to share. In this edition of the Lunch & Learn’s we’ll talk about what’s new in AFP (yes, there are still updates!), and what’s new in PDF. It’s always lively when talk turns to print streams and transforms!