Esko launches latest software


Esko releases the latest software. Photo Ekso

As packaging companies around the world recognize the need for innovation to survive and thrive, Esko launches its latest software release that enables companies to improve the way they work, eliminate waste and optimize processes operational.

“Innovation and change are inherent in any packaging business, but driving and implementing this innovation is a challenge that can sometimes be difficult to overcome,” said Jan De Roeck, Director of Marketing, Packaging Relations. industry and strategy of Esko. “Many companies, in the face of difficult market conditions, insecurity and volatility, are freezing investments in response. However, the reverse reaction is more appropriate. Investing in accelerating digital transformation helps maintain a competitive edge and effectively manage profitability pressures. We also know that it’s equally important that these innovations are integrated quickly and smoothly to ensure that companies realize demonstrable improvements and a rapid return on investment.

“That’s why, as a trusted business partner, Esko is releasing its software version 22.07 which brings to market new technological developments that will drive the industry forward, while equipping customers with the toolkit they need to realizing the true potential of our technology.

Esko version 22.07 includes a host of new features including –

AVT inspection for digitally printed label package – a new complete print inspection solution for digital label production.

AutoSet for packaging – one-of-a-kind automated print inspection settings for maximum efficiency and productivity.

Solvent Saver in Flexo Engine – offers up to 20% solvent reduction in flexo production.

Cloak Pack – offering end-to-end cloud-based workflows for palletizing optimization.

Automated Packshots – create perfectly rendered, hyper-realistic packaging images for your customers’ use with easy-to-use design and 3D tools.

ArtPro+ – upgrades include print unit support and creation of seamless repeating layouts, as well as folding box improvements and a new usability dashboard.

Web Center – enhanced usability features to improve ease of use and maximize productivity and efficiency.

ArtiosCAD – new integration of FEFCO standards.

“At Esko, our close relationship with our customers and partners allows us to react quickly to specific market trends. “With this latest release of software, we are responding to today’s market needs and ensuring that our innovations dramatically improve customer outcomes,” Jan said. meet the challenges they face today and tomorrow.

Jan said that the new Esko version 22.07 will be released in a live webinar on Tuesday, July 12. “We will demonstrate how Esko’s hardware and software solutions enable companies large and small to improve the way they work, identify and eliminate waste and optimize processes with these latest innovations,” did he declare. “Essentially, we will also focus on the investments and tools we have developed to help customers get the most out of our technology and achieve lasting change.”

The Covid-19 pandemic led to the nationwide lockdown on March 25, 2020. It will be two years tomorrow as I write this. What have we learned during this time? Perhaps the sense of resilience as small businesses like ours have had to rely on our resources and the forbearance of our employees as we struggled to produce our business platforms.

The printing and packaging industries have been lucky, although the commercial printing industry has yet to recover. We learned about the digital transformation affecting commercial printing and packaging. Ultimately, digital will help print grow in a country where we are still far behind in our paper and print consumption and where digital is an advanced technology that will only increase the demand for printing for the foreseeable future.

Web analytics show that we now have readership in North America and Europe among the 90 countries where our five platforms are present. Our traffic, which more than doubled in 2020, sometimes increased by another 50% in 2021. And advertising, which had collapsed in 2020 and 2021, began to come back in January 2022.

As the economy approaches real growth with irregularities and shortages, we look forward to the PrintPack India exhibition in Greater Noida. We are again mandated to produce the Show Daily over the five days of the show from May 26 to 30, 2022.

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