Solimar Systems to Demonstrate Optimized Workflow at Hunkeler Innovationdays 2023
Solimar Systems, Inc., the provider of leading workflow software solutions for print production and digital communications, announces its presence at Hunkeler Innovationdays (HID), from February 27 to March 2, 2023, in Lucerne, Switzerland. Solimar Systems will demonstrate how its workflow-enhancing solutions streamline production printing, finishing, mailing, e-delivery, and document archiving – benefitting production sites with efficient automation and file optimization.
Solimar will showcase how its post-composition solutions improve processes and boost productivity for print production environments with cut-sheet and continuous-feed devices.
Visitors will find Solimar supporting their partners in Hall 2:
- HP and Solimar Systems – learn how direct mailers like IWCO efficiently implemented several PageWide presses in a mixed vendor environment and saved over $110,000 in the process.
- SCREEN and Solimar Systems – learn how mutual customers are benefiting from the visibility dashboard that tracks incoming work and creates ink and media reporting per job and Equios device.
“We look forward to supporting our partners and meeting many customers in person at HID. We will share how introducing software solutions built on our Chemistry platform takes the guesswork and manual steps out of production processes,” comments Mary Ann Rowan, Chief Experience Officer, Solimar Systems. “Sharing how we can help you increase revenue, lower costs, and improve employee and customer satisfaction with our intuitive, modular solutions is an important part of why we come to Hunkeler InnovationDays.”
Modular solutions from Solimar’s Chemistry Platform will be featured, including its award-winning ReadyPDF Prepress Server solution - PDF file optimization beyond preflight for more efficient processing. Companies globally are benefitting from ReadyPDF for streamlined workflows in a mix of print environments. SOLitrack Mobile, the Solimar visibility dashboard, provides real-time statuses of jobs in the factory. Customers proof, approve or reject jobs or pieces of jobs online, prior to production. The team at Solimar can explain these use cases in detail at HID.
Recent customer success stories come from the State Printer of Colorado, which saw production tasks reduced by up to 10 hours and PDFs optimized to 70% of original file sizes, and IWCO, which saved $110K by avoiding a retrofit to existing finishing equipment when introducing a new fleet of printers across two plants – thanks to Solimar Software solutions. Other new and upgraded solutions on show from the Chemistry Platform include Solimar Print Director Enterprise (SPDE), Rubika, and SOLfusion. Through the flexibility and easy integration of these solutions, companies will benefit from a global network of best-in-class software and services.
Solimar recently announced a partnership with distributor Triumph Adler (TA), operating in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. This expansion into the DACH market through TA will allow for much easier onboarding for large and small printers in the region. In addition, Solimar’s partnership with Kyocera Document Solutions in Europe is providing customers with faster, more efficient inkjet production. Visitors to HID will see first-hand the benefits that Solimar workflow enhancing Solutions can bring to any printing or mailing company through its global partner network.
Solimar Systems has partnered with successful hardware providers worldwide to provide best-in-class software and services for their shared customers. Find out more about the Solimar partner network here.
To explore how Solimar's Chemistry Platform could benefit your business, connect with Mary Ann Rowan on LinkedIn and in person throughout Hunkeler InnovationDays 2023. We also invite you to connect with Jamie Walsh, Sales Manager for EMEA and APAC at Solimar Systems on LinkedIn and in person throughout the show.
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