SAi Launches Training Business for Sign and Print Industry

Adendo offers personalized training on a crowd-sourcing platform

Adendo SAi

Software provider SAi launches a new business called Adendo. The company aims to change how training and technical support are delivered in the sign and print industry. Through crowd-sourcing, video conferencing, and eCommerce technologies, matches experts in the sign and print industry with professionals who need training, advice, or in-depth technical support.

Sign and print industry professionals with expertise in applications, software, or hardware can sign up to be Adendo advisors. People in need of training or support can find and hire an advisor on the website.

Advisors set their own fees on a per-minute basis, as sessions are timed. The platform manages scheduling, video conferencing, and billing. Advisor reviews and webinars are also available to clients.

The site offers basic training for newbies or advanced training for printing pros looking to expand their skills. has training on color management, woodwork, metalwork, equipment workflow management, old and new equipment, software, among other applications and subjects. founder and managing director Mark Stevens explains, “Today’s equipment and software systems are complex and multifaceted, making it more important than ever to be able to get training and advice, not just sometime but exactly when a question or problem arises.”

In addition to one-on-one training, Adendo offers prescheduled online training classes, called vClass, conducted by industry leaders on various topics. Adendo’s vClasses take place over Zoom and have limited capacity.

Rick Scrimger, industry veteran, consultant, and former president of Roland DGA, adds, “The Adendo marketplace is going to change the way companies in our industry provide training and support. By partnering with, OEMs and resellers can expand their training and support services without incurring additional significant costs.” is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SAi, a software and training solutions provider for the signmaking, digital printing, textile, and CNC machining industries.


Alexandria Bruce

Allee Bruce is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO and WRAPS magazines.

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