Pace Systems Group Opens Fusion 2008 User Conference
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL—March 25, 2008 — Pace Systems Group, Inc., developer of the industry leading ePace print management system, kicked off its 2008 FUSION User Conference on March 24th. Some 200 ePace users gathered at the Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, to hear Pace Systems Group president Jay Farr describe company development programs aimed at responding to user needs and keynote speaker Dennis Mason discuss the global printing industry and its implications for US and Canadian printers.
Discussing the meeting, Pace Systems Group vice president of sales and marketing Scott King commented: “We are particularly gratified by the response to our second annual user conference, as well as by the broad industry acceptance of our ePace product. The Fusion User Conference offers users the opportunity to participate in the continued development of the ePace product, and to learn by choosing from more than 100 hours of focused content, including hands-on training workshops, classroom style presentations and roundtable type discussions. Users discussed business strategy and the latest product developments with Pace Systems Group representatives and strategic business partners such as Dell, Kodak, LithoTechnics, Printable Technologies, Pageflex, Responsive Solutions, and xpedx. Users were able to see live demonstrations of how partner solutions interface with ePace to automate workflow, increase productivity and reduce costs.
For more information on FUSION 2008, please visit www.pace2020.com .
About Pace Systems Group
Pace Systems Group, Inc. is a leading developer of practical business management systems that make printing and graphic art companies more efficient and profitable. ePace is comprised of a complete suite of fully-integrated software modules for estimating, scheduling, production, accounting and e‑commerce, and uses an appliance model that allows for installation and training in a fraction of the time required by other solutions. This advanced, secure system architecture is customizable, XML driven, ODBC and JDF compliant and allows browser-based access from Mac and PC platforms to better leverage emerging technologies that will define the digital workflow process.