ePS to kick off evolved Connect event

Printweek team
Monday, January 23, 2023

eProductivity Software (ePS) has revealed the final details before it welcomes delegates and partners to its evolved Connect user conference and industry event taking place this week in Las Vegas.

Tueckmantel: "We can’t wait to see the ePS vision of Connect brought to life"
Tueckmantel: "We can’t wait to see the ePS vision of Connect brought to life"

From 23-26 January, under the ‘Empower, Evolve, Excite’ conference theme, ePS Connect aims to serve as a launchpad for a successful and profitable 2023, facilitating collaboration, education, and innovation.

Additional partners have now joined the event’s roster, for a total of 24 companies and organisations attending.

The final roster includes HP, Ricoh, Agfa Offset, Canon, EFI, ISCorp, Esko, EFI Fiery, Hybrid Software, OneVision, Picsart, Progress, Loyalty Loop, PlanProphet, Print Speak, Van Data, Flexible Packaging Association, Tag and Labels Manufacturers (TLMI), Printing United Alliance, UN Global Impact, and Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation.

Gaby Matsliach, CEO of ePS, said: “The day is almost here, and we are incredibly excited to see our vision for ePS Connect become a reality.

“We know that the incredible educational sessions, keynote addresses, and more will deliver a high amount of value for our users, but it’s the connections made, conversations held, and relationships built between ePS customers that truly elevates the benefit of attending Connect.

“We expect this to be even more acute this year with a laser focus on the software portfolio, and the unique opportunities for collaboration and integration.”

Charlotte Tueckmantel, GM global eCommerce, Enterprise Print and Publication at eProductivity Software, also commented prior to the event: “The beginning of a new year is an exciting time. It’s a chance to open a new book and write the first chapter, a time of optimism and anticipation for the months ahead.

“For us at eProductivity Software, it’s especially exciting this year; just over a year on from becoming an independent entity, our evolution is well underway, and as I write this we are just days away from the first ePS Connect.

“A familiar setting, but a whole new ball game for us as a business, as well as for our users and partners, and we can’t wait to see the ePS vision of Connect brought to life.

“However, while a new year brings hope and change, there is no doubt that 2023 also brings with it some challenges that we may have preferred to leave in 2022. Globally, we’re still facing tough economic conditions that are putting pressure on businesses. Many countries are facing energy crises.

“When it’s more important than ever to reduce downtime, eliminate inefficiencies and rationalise workflows as it is right now, ePS is proud to offer print businesses the broadest portfolio of tools for keeping their profits in their business.

“With a singular focus on software solutions and the ability to integrate with a wider range of hardware and enabling technology partners, ePS is in a stronger position than ever to support our customers as they face these challenges head on.

“Particularly in tough times, people want to understand that their challenges are not necessarily unique or because of errors on their part. They want to know that there are others in a similar boat, learn from those that have been in their shoes, and find the best path forward. This is why an event like Connect is so valuable.

“Yes, the speaker programme is outstanding, and the educational sessions will empower so many users to go back to their businesses and action something that is sure to boost success.

“But some of my favourite feedback from past events is hearing about the connections that customers make with each other, sharing experiences and advice with their peers and even potential competitors.

“It’s something that is hard to find anywhere else, and we can’t wait to see all the wonderful and unexpected ways in which the simple decision to attend Connect changes the trajectory of ePS users’ year ahead, and beyond, for the better."

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