Gent (Belgium), September, 2011 – The cutting of a green ribbon by Carsten Knudsen, EskoArtwork's CEO, marked the official opening of the company’s UK offices.
Watched by more than 30 EskoArtwork team members and representatives from parent company Danaher, the ceremony was followed by a presentation by Knudsen. He detailed EskoArtwork’s current direction following its change of ownership in January and spoke of new developments underway in the run up to drupa 2012.
He also highlighted the exciting new training programme designed to enable customers to improve their working knowledge of all EskoArtwork solutions and some third party software. Lasting between one and five days the seminars will cover a host of subjects specially targeted to customer requirements.
Paul Bates, EskoArtwork regional business manager UK and Eire, comments: “Markets and customer requirements change and our customers need to be adaptable to those demands. They use our products day in and day but may not be fully utilising the capabilities or maximising their return on their investment. This training programme is aimed at helping them get the most out of our software.”