ICPF and Arden donate software

Over the summer, Arden Software donated 22 seats and faculty training to the International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) for use in Appalachian State’s packaging design lab in North Carolina. The school is the second of ICPF’s 25 university partners receiving both Arden and Artios design software to further enhance their design knowledge through learning the two applications. Lewis-Clark State College, that straddles the border of Washington State and Idaho, also utilizes both Arden and Artios design software in its packaging design program.

“By becoming an ICPF Corporate Partner, Arden Software has made a large, long term commitment to ICPF, both monetarily and through the donation of Impact CAD Software and ongoing training to its university partners,” stated Jim Silianoff, President and CEO of Arden. “Many of Arden’s largest customers, such as WestRock, Bobst North America and Packaging Corporation of America, use Impact CAD extensively (if not exclusively) and also serve as key partners of ICPF. Our donation to Appalachian State University continues our commitment to ICPF and the universities it serves. Arden’s customers, large and small, then benefit directly by having a knowledgeable pool of applicants from which to choose when hiring from universities.” 

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