Greener Solutions

December 2nd, 2011 by

Digital Content Factory Ltd. (DCF) announced that it’s changed the protective matte finish on its line of quick reference guides, from an oil based varnish coating to a more environmentally friendly aqueous coating.

CEO Doug Kennedy says “We’re living in such times where green options are on people’s minds. When we learned that a water-based coating was available from our provider, making the switch was obvious.”

He went on to explain that “print based products are a large part of our business, so implementing an aqueous coating was one step we could take. We’ve also begun offering products electronically, as various customers – especially government departments are being pushed to locate greener solutions”. The environmental win is realized in various ways, as such products reduce paper consumption, as well as energy to produce and transport.

About Digital Content Factory Ltd.: DCF is an enterprise solution and IT publishing company, developing and distributing training products and services to the corporate training and higher education markets. DCF’s quick reference guides and courseware manuals are used extensively by Fortune 1000 companies, government organizations, training companies and universities. DCF products are published in both the United States and Canada.

Digital Content Factory (DCF) has various products and services specially designed to accommodate transitions from previous Microsoft Office suites.

Digital Content Factory Ltd. (DCF) has several unique transition products, as well as standard products, specially designed to help ease and speed your organization’s transition to Microsoft Office 2010.

DCF offers both printed products for purchase and electronic files by licenses for deployment on your intranet, and/or as an internal customization solution.

DCF offers samples to qualified purchasers and decision makers.

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Review our courseware product synopsis to learn about our long-standing history of courseware design and development.