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Esko’s (www.esko.com) industry leading technology and its positive impact on today’s demanding print production environment has been recognized with two EDP awards. Both were presented to Bruno Vermeulen, EMEA Marketing Director at Esko, at the EDP Award Ceremony held at FESPA, Hamburg.
Two Esko solutions: Esko’s ArtiosCAD and Esko Automated Quality Assurance were awarded among 31 winners chosen from more than 150 entries.
The EDP Association aims to better assist the technology-appliers to find the right solution for their applications. As explains Klaus-Peter Nicolay, EDP President: “The awards honor the best developments in print production tools, software developments, substrates, inks, materials and finishing systems.”
Esko’s ArtiosCAD Display Store is a comprehensive online library of tried-and-tested design templates using basic parameters. The online shop offers a wide selection of designs requiring only size adjustment to be production-ready. This removes both time and potential error out of the design process. It is supported by ArtiosCAD.net. By offering these designs Esko simplifies the process of display making, and significantly increase productivity in the production of visual communications.
Esko’s Automated Quality Assurance is a custom solution of automated quality control tools developed by Esko and industry partners such as GlobalVision. It is a set of strong features that automatically inspects and compares files. Via catching and highlighting problems with spelling, text, barcodes, braille, colors and more packaging specific items in the prepress workflow, it improves the throughput of quality control.
Bruno Vermeulen comments: “These awards are a great endorsement of our software and workflow solutions. We aim to simplify the way our customers work and develop our offering to support easier, faster and error free operations. It is really great to see our solutions once more recognized by the EDP as industry-leading.”
The EDP Association was founded in 2006 by six trade magazines with main editorial focus on digital print and production. Today, the EDP Association counts 20 member magazines all over Europe, covering 26 countries and reaching more than half a million readers in Europe.