Tilia Labs to Sell Phoenix in Japan Through Fujifilm

PrintAction Staff
April 28, 2015
By PrintAction Staff
Tilia Labs Inc. of Ottawa, Ontario entered into an exclusive agreement with Fujifilm Global Graphic Systems to distribute its Phoenix imposition and planning software in Japan. The technology, using JDF protocols, can be combined with Fujifilm’s XMF workflow.

"It is a great pleasure to be partnering with Fujifilm and begin offering Phoenix to the Japanese market. Increasing automation and efficiency has always been a core driving force in our product development,” said Sagen de Jonge, CEO at Tilia Labs. “Phoenix goes a long way to speed up the planning and imposition stages of production, and combined with Fujifilm Workflow XMF, this automation can be extended all the way to RIP."

Phoenix is designed for a range of work, such as packaging, labels, tags, and wide-format, among other applications. Tilia Labs explains Phoenix’ set of ganging tools allow for generating accurate estimates in minutes, which can then be re-used for final touches in prepress. Phoenix also has what Tilia Labs describes as specific integration with XMF allowing for seamless pass off via JDF to Fujifilm's workflow.

“We are excited about launching Phoenix into the Japanese market,” said Shigenori Tsuji, Senior VP of Workflow Division of Fujifilm Global Graphic Systems. “Combined with Fujifilm Workflow XMF 6.1 with Adobe Mercury RIP Architecture, which has already been well accepted in the market, we will be initially targeting mainly folding-carton applications, but we are foreseeing its capability for wider applications in the future.” Tsuji continues to explain Phoenix is Fujifilm’s choice to jump into the folding-carton segment due mainly to its ease-of-use and rapid development cycle.

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