SGIA Color Management Boot Camps
These SGIA Color Management Boot Camps hosted by Alder Technology and sponsored by EFI and IT Supplies are an amazing opportunity to learn how to get color right the first time and stop wasting time and money.
Our SGIA-certified instructors follow SGIA’s proven course to help you achieve consistent, repeatable and predictable color. During these workshops, you will learn how to make custom profiles for your printing devices that will save you time, media and, ultimately, money.
Attendees are often surprised at the ink and media savings they realize after attending a Color Management Boot Camp, but we aren’t. This is the ultimate opportunity to gain the critical color management skills your printing operation needs.
Your Marching Orders – Stop Wasting Time!
Color Management Boot Camp will help you solve these critical issues:
- Wasting ink and media due to color quality problems
- Achieving predictable color every time
- Difficulty getting customer approvals for critical brand and spot colors
- Producing consistent color every day
Attendees get plenty of hands-on experience – including building a custom profile from start to finish.
SGIA Digital Color Professional Program
SGIA recently introduced a new printing industry color certification, the SGIA Digital Color Professional. Alder Technology is partnering with EFI and IT Supplies to host this series of training classes to teach the best methods for color managing printing devices and preparing attendees for qualification and/or certification in SGIA’s program.
Attendees will receive a link to take the SGIA Digital Color Professional Exam within two weeks of the class.
A limited number of seats are available for each workshop, so find an event near you and register NOW!
Reach out today.
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What others are saying:
“The light went off for me when I understood why GCR is so important!”
–Barry Key, Galileo Consulting
“I’m looking forward to more consistent color with less finger crossing!”
–Mike Althaus, Corporate Communications Group
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