Author: JimT

PSUG updates are moving to LinkedIn!

If you haven’t already, we strongly encourage all PSUG members to join the LinkedIn group EFI Printstream User Group to take part in ongoing user discussions, receive updates on training and events, and keep up with your fellow Printstream users. This site will continue to be updated periodically for a while, but in an effort […]

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2014 Spring Training

PSUG and EFI have teamed up again to deliver FREE training as part of your PSUG membership. The May and June classes have been scheduled, details are below: May 28 @ 12pm EST, 9am PST – .NET Shipping basics The May session will be a broad introduction and review of the upgraded .NET screens for […]

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Late Summer Training

PSUG and EFI have teamed up again to deliver FREE training as part of your PSUG membership. There’s been a late addition to the July schedule, as well as an August class scheduled. Keep the ideas coming for future training! July 25 @ 2pm EST, 11am PST – .NET Inventory Basics The July session will […]

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Summer Training Opportunities

PSUG and EFI have teamed up again to deliver FREE training as part of your PSUG membership. There are three classes scheduled in June and July, and we’re working on a 4th class sometime in August. The registration instructions are a little different for each class, so please take note of the details so you […]

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January/February Training

PSUG and EFI have teamed up again to deliver FREE training as part of your PSUG membership. We’re offering a special class on Accounts Receivable tools on Wednesday, January 30th at 12pm EST, 9am PST, and it’s included free this month for all registered PSUG members. You do not need to pre-register for this class, […]

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Innovative Uses of Printstream

It’s Back! Your chance to win a $500 Apple Gift Card. The Printstream User Group is looking for 3 – 5 companies to show off an Innovative Use of Printstream during Connect 2013. That is a 1 in 5 shot at winning a $500 Apple Gift Card. Put together a 10 – 15 minute PowerPoint […]

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