BLUE is pleased to announce the BLUE Annual Conference – BLUEPrint for Label and Artwork Innovation – will take place on October 2 and 3 in Chicago! The Conference is designed to enhance the conversation with our customers and update users on the latest activities at BLUE. The multi-pronged agenda will cover a wide variety of topics and feature keynote speaker Gerry O’Brion. Gerry’s presentation, Packaging Breakthroughs from Where you Least Expect It – Collaborating Across your Organization to Create Packaging Success, will provide attendees with practical steps for creating disruptive change in their organizations.
Embracing the Evolution of Label and Artwork Management Technology
Label and Artwork Management technology has advanced rapidly in the past decade and continues to evolve at a fast pace. Professionals in the space are confronted with new challenges, including an increasing number of regulations, emerging markets, pressure to improve speed-to-market, e-commerce distribution, and a surge in private label market share – just to name a few! Despite these challenges, in many organizations there’s a shortage of state-of-the-art technology to empower stakeholders to overcome them. BLUE is determined to close this gap. Therefore, during the BLUE Annual Conference, Stephen Kaufman, Chief Product Officer, will provide our labeling and packaging customer professionals with insights into how we are preparing our products to meet future needs, and how our customers can leverage our technology to stay ahead in this evolving industry.
BLUE’s focus has always been, and will continue to be, on creating a great customer experience beyond the BLUE Label and Artwork Management technology platform. “The BLUE Annual Conference reflects our goal to provide our customers with the opportunity to communicate their experiences with industry peers and empower BLUE to help drive performance for their teams and organizations,” states Stephen. “As always, we’ll use the Annual Conference to solidify our strategy for advancing our technology to meet our customers’ needs as they move forward on their path.”
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To learn more about how you can build a business case for Label and Artwork Management in your own organization, download a copy of our e-book: Building a Business Case for Label and Artwork Management.