This latest website upgrade presents users with an option to “ask an expert,” a feature that ensures messages are sent to the Datacolor specialist who can respond to users’ specific questions with the best and most timely response. In addition to streamlining the support process, the new website also serves as a home for learning programs such as user courses for specific products, color seminars, and onsite or online training.
Users will also find an intuitive, comprehensive video tutorial section, providing insight for color specialists through e-learning lectures and how-to guides.
The revamped website accompanies the recently announced “Color Competence” webinar series hosted by Datacolor senior application specialists, designed to distribute high-value content to busy color professionals.
The first series of weekly 45 minute webinars features topics focused on the sources and effects of common color mistakes and the best practices to avoid them and runs from April 2 – May 7, 2013. Attendees will interact with the speakers in a Q&A format and will be eligible to receive 10% off the registration price of a live Essentials of Color Management Seminar.
“Datacolor strives to continue to evolve as a key resource and support system for color professionals,” says Milagros Watts, Datacolor Application Manager. “Providing a complimentary addition to the exciting webinar line up, the more robust, intuitive website is yet another way for us to deliver informative, useful content to our customers.”
Datacolor is a global leader in color management solutions and color communication technology. The world's leading brands, manufacturers, creative professionals and consumers have been choosing Datacolor's innovative technology and solutions to consistently achieve the right color for over 40 years.
A Swiss held company, Datacolor's global presence encompasses a sales, service and support network serving customers in more than 65 countries throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia, along with 13 worldwide operation and production facilities. Industries served include apparel and textile, paint and coatings, automotive, plastics, photography, home theatre and others.