Epson and ScanSource recently hosted an Epson ColorWorks training event for customers in Chicago on June 24-25.
The two-day event offered training on ColorWorks on-demand color label printers and label design, along with information on the different types of media available for specific industries and applications, including natural products, food and beverage and industrial.
‘As we continue to work with customers interested in Epson ColorWorks, it became clear there was a real need for an event that would allow them to roll up their sleeves for an in-depth training on the products and media available for use,’ said Brenda McCurry, vice president, supplier services, ScanSource. ‘We were excited to partner with Epson to host this event, and believe our customers really enjoyed the hands-on educational opportunity.’
The two-day event kicked off with a cocktail reception, followed by a baseball game at Chicago’s Wrigley Field. Tuesday included BarTender label design software training from Epson label partner Seagull Scientific, as well as information on labels from top media producers Avery Fasson, Wausau Coated Products and UPM Raflatac. The educational event was designed exclusively for customers and offered a deep dive into the Epson ColorWorks on-demand color label printer products.
Training topics included: partner marketing support and custom configuration capabilities; color label overview and Epson’s leadership; introduction to performance materials and adhesives; creating compliant, intelligent templates for specific industries and hands-on printer training for amazing customer demos.
‘We were pleased to team up with ScanSource to offer customers, and those who may be unfamiliar with the ease and convenience of on-demand color label solutions available today, additional resources and training to deploy label printing solutions best catered to their customers’ needs,’ said Andrew Moore, product manager, Epson America.
The event specifically offered training for Epson’s ColorWorks on-demand color label printers. Products demonstrated at the event included the ColorWorks C7500 and the ColorWorks C3500.