Hybrid Integration to Showcase its Print Management Solutions
YARDLEY, PA—September 1, 2009—Hybrid Integration (www.hybridintegration.com), an innovative software development company for the printing, publishing, packaging and specialty markets, and a leader in print management solutions, will demonstrate their Job Management System (JMS 3.0) at PRINT 09 in Chicago, September 11-16, 2009 in their exhibit booth #6758. In addition they will highlight their GoPrint, GoProof, and GoTicket products and optional modules, all powered by JMS.
Hybrid Integration can automate both traditional and digital workflows. Their Job Management System (JMS) technology provides a common digital architecture for the publication, commercial print, tag and label, packaging, sign and display markets. Hybrid Integration addresses the entire production workflow, from on-line ordering to delivery, and can integrate with many legacy databases and MIS/ERP systems.
Mike Rottenborn, President and CEO of Hybrid Integration, summed up his company’s strategic mission by stating, “For years, printing companies have been investing in state-of-the-art technology and have acquired MIS and ERP systems, databases, workflows, and equipment, but unfortunately, few of these systems can communicate with each other. Printers need to grab a competitive edge by running a more efficient shop with fewer errors. Manual entry should be reduced to a single effort.
All printing company technology investments should share information and organization is key. For several years, Hybrid Integration has been bringing it all together for scores of industry partners including Menasha Packaging, Mercantile Press, Merisel Corporation, Multi Packaging Solutions, National Envelope Corporation, Papa John’s / Preferred Marketing Solutions, Stevenson Color, Verizon Wireless, Vertis Communications, World Color, Xerox Corporation and York Label.”
A leading industry publication further explained the company’s strategy by writing, “Hybrid Integration brings a Web 2.0 middleware approach designed to connect the dots among MIS systems, web portals, financial systems, and prepress, proofing and production workflows, through to fulfillment and shipping.”
Dan Lacey, V.P. Sales and Marketing for Hybrid Integration, added, “We are anticipating good attendance at PRINT ’09. Our e-marketing efforts have already netted over 100 scheduled demos with prospects at our booth. This is not only an indicator for our success at the show but also suggests success for PRINT 09 itself.”