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Fiery, Esko, GIS collaborate to streamline digital packaging production

May 21, 2024  By PrintAction Staff


Fiery, Esko, and Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) form a strategic partnership.

“Fiery, Esko, and GIS joining forces provides press manufacturers with a hassle-free, ready-to-go, end-to-end solution,” said Toby Weiss, CEO, Fiery. “This partnership marks a pivotal moment where our collaboration and expertise converge to redefine what’s possible in digital printing. We’re proud to come together to set the standard for excellence in digital technology, empowering our customers to navigate the digital landscape with confidence and agility.”

Esko and Fiery have co-developed a new colour workflow. Customers can choose either Esko Colour Engine (fully integrated into Fiery Impress) or Fiery’s colour management workflow, which includes Fiery Edge profiling technology, Fiery Spot Pro, and Fiery Color Profiler Suite.

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“We’re thrilled to formalize the partnership with Fiery and GIS, a testament to the inherent openness of the Esko software platform,” said Joël Depernet, president, Esko. “Our customers need innovative, integrated technology to meet time to market and print quality requirements. And now, we can present a comprehensive, end-to-end solution that packages a best-in-class combination of prepress workflow, colour management choices, DFE technology, and printhead controls.”

Fiery Impress DFE streams RIPped data directly to GIS printhead electronics. Any press manufacturer who chooses GIS printhead electronics will have plug-and-play, streaming connectivity to Fiery Impress.

“GIS advanced printhead control systems with the Fiery Impress DFE and an Esko prepress workflow provides the ultimate flexibility, scalability, and customizability to meet any customer requirement,” said Steve Williamson, GM, GIS. “We are delighted to join forces to offer a combined inkjet development technology platform to reduce time to market for press manufacturers, builders, and OEMs.”


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