BCIT graphic technology students get to practice on the real thing

BCIT Graphic Communications Technology Management (GTEC) students got a couple of powerful presents today. Software company Aleyant donated its flagship program—Pressero—along with its eDocBuilder.

Find out more about the software and how it will be used in today’s media release, published on American Printer.

In broad strokes, the donation will help the web-to-print students gain practical experience that will prepare them for management-level careers in imaging technology. Grads from the program work in digital design: websites, marketing materials, and printed media.

Aleyant provides software services to the graphic communications industry, including web-to-print, estimating & production, and pre-press automation workflow software. The company’s flagship web-to-print software is Pressero, a retail and B2B storefront interface.



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