Learning never ends when you’re at PRINTING United, the entire PRINTING United is your classroom. On the floor, you’ve got the latest technologies and innovations. In the meeting rooms, there are first-rate educational sessions, half-day intensives and luncheons. It’s what you need to help you make smarter, better decisions about your business and your career.


PRINTING United Expo + Education Pass: Industry leaders, printing experts, business gurus — they’re all on the schedule for educational sessions at PRINTING United. Education sessions are free to registered SGIA members with a PRINTING United Expo + Education Pass; non-members pay $99 through September 10 ($115 thereafter).

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

WHEN:
October 25, 2019 11:00 AM to 11:40 AM (Central Daylight Time)

WHERE:
Room: C142

SESSIONS TRACKS:
Business Management
Color Management and Workflow
Commercial Printing
Graphics and Sign Printing
In-Plant Printing
Package Printing

All technology is converging. Gone are the days of a single, sole supplier for all your technology solutions. The world today is very much about selecting the best applications for your business and then plugging them together. Marketing automation solutions are no different, and just as we have seen a rise in the number of our customers who are adopting these solutions, we have consequently seen an increase in requests to integrate them with our MIS. Our customers are looking to use the reservoir of information inside their MIS to drive their marketing efforts. In this session, Susan Moore will highlight the benefits of using marketing automation for targeting print buyers, explain how an integration to marketing automation software works, and demonstrate how printers can use their MIS data to deliver highly targeted and relevant marketing and sales activities.  
 

SPEAKERS:

Murphy_John

John Murphy

Tharstern

Thursday, October 24, 2019

WHEN:
October 25, 2019 11:00 AM to 11:40 AM (Central Daylight Time)

WHERE:
Room: C142

SESSIONS TRACKS:
Business Management
Color Management and Workflow
Commercial Printing
Graphics and Sign Printing
In-Plant Printing
Package Printing

All technology is converging. Gone are the days of a single, sole supplier for all your technology solutions. The world today is very much about selecting the best applications for your business and then plugging them together. Marketing automation solutions are no different, and just as we have seen a rise in the number of our customers who are adopting these solutions, we have consequently seen an increase in requests to integrate them with our MIS. Our customers are looking to use the reservoir of information inside their MIS to drive their marketing efforts. In this session, Susan Moore will highlight the benefits of using marketing automation for targeting print buyers, explain how an integration to marketing automation software works, and demonstrate how printers can use their MIS data to deliver highly targeted and relevant marketing and sales activities.  
 

SPEAKERS:

Murphy_John

John Murphy

Tharstern

Friday, October 25, 2019

WHEN:
October 25, 2019 11:00 AM to 11:40 AM (Central Daylight Time)

WHERE:
Room: C142

SESSIONS TRACKS:
Business Management
Color Management and Workflow
Commercial Printing
Graphics and Sign Printing
In-Plant Printing
Package Printing

All technology is converging. Gone are the days of a single, sole supplier for all your technology solutions. The world today is very much about selecting the best applications for your business and then plugging them together. Marketing automation solutions are no different, and just as we have seen a rise in the number of our customers who are adopting these solutions, we have consequently seen an increase in requests to integrate them with our MIS. Our customers are looking to use the reservoir of information inside their MIS to drive their marketing efforts. In this session, Susan Moore will highlight the benefits of using marketing automation for targeting print buyers, explain how an integration to marketing automation software works, and demonstrate how printers can use their MIS data to deliver highly targeted and relevant marketing and sales activities.  
 

SPEAKERS:

Murphy_John

John Murphy

Tharstern