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Graph Expo Names Must See ‘Em Products

September 4, 2012  By

North American printers attending Graph Expo 2012, running from October 7 to 10 in Chicago, can take in a myriad of new technologies first introduced five months ago at the massive, quadrennial drupa trade show in Germany.

The effect of this close proximity between two large printing exhibitions is seen in a robust list of Must See ‘Em awards (27 products in total), which Graph Expo organizers, based on a judging panel of consultants and analysts, present every year to exhibitors with interesting new products and who participate in the program.

Avanti Computer Systems, a Canadian company focused on print-management software, is once again amongst the Must See ‘Em products. At Graph Expo, the Toronto firm is showcasing its new Advanced Fulfillment module featured in version 12.4 of its Graphic Arts Management System. Named as a Must See ‘Em product, the Advanced Fulfillment module includes a contract management system, where print providers can manage and track their customers’ finished goods, as well as manage the billing of those goods.


A complete list of Graph Expo 2012 Must See ‘Em products is presented below by category:

Sales and order entry

EFI DSFdesign Studio
EFI M500
XMPie uStore Facebook Connect

Prepress and premedia

EFI Fiery SeeQuence JobMaster
Esko Studio 12
Ricoh Clickable Paper

Analogue presses
Heidelberg Prinect Image Control

Digital presses

Kodak NexPress Gold Dry Ink
HP Indigo 10000
HP Indigo WS6600

Epson SureColor S50670
HP Designjet L26500
Xante Excelagraphix 4200

Small-format postpress 

MGI JETvarnish 3D
Xerox IntegratedPLUS

Wide-format postpress

EFI Layout Option for Fiery
Esko Kongsberg XN

Imprinting, mailing, shipping and fulfillment

Avanti Computer Advanced Fulfillment V12.4
Bowe Systec Fusion Cross
Pitney Bowes Mailstream Wrapper

Management systems
EKodak INSITE Version 6.5
EFI PrintFlow, Employee & Tool Constraints
XMPie Circle

Future print
Kodak FLEXCEL Direct System
PadPublisher and PadCloud
Pageflex Dynamic Media

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