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Label Traxx adds webinars to training program

February 17, 2009

The online classroom sessions allow users to reduce training costs.

Label Traxx, Tailored Solutions’ print business management software for flexo label converters, has added webinar based training to its training options, enabling users to reduce costs while learning the latest software techniques and shortcuts.

Label Traxx webinars, conducted several times each month, cover a variety of subjects, and augment traditional Label Traxx’ one-on-one webinars, on-site training, and classroom training at the company’s headquarters in Milwaukee, WI, USA. Label Traxx webinar training is often directed at the use of specific Label Traxx modules, but also includes related techniques such as report writing and cost analysis. Recent topics include Super Reports, Scheduling, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, eTraxx, and the new version 5.3 of Label Traxx.

“Label Traxx users have told us that while they value training related to their software, they often find it difficult to leave their manufacturing plants and travel to a central location for classes,” says Ken Meinhardt, president of Tailored Solutions. “Our webinars solve these problems. Users find them an efficient and extremely low cost means of gaining new knowledge and sharpening their skills. In the current economic situation, users consistently find our webinars an exceptional means of increasing the value of their Label Traxx software, and an especially effective means of training new employees and those who have taken on new responsibilities.”

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