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Best Of Category Must See ‘Ems Winners Announced

September 15, 2015  By PrintAction Staff

The Best of Category picks in the 2015 Must See ‘Ems competition were announced on Sunday, September 13, prior to the opening of Graph Expo 2015, which continues at Chicago’s McCormick Place until September 16.

The Best of Category award winners were chosen from among all of the 2015 entries, which companies submit for judging weeks before the show. The technologies are display on the show floor of Graph Expo.

The judging committee, comprised of industry experts, journalists, and consultants, look through the 2015 Must See ‘Ems winners to find what they consider the best technology offered in each category. The committee also made its selection for the annual Legacy Award, which this year went to the printCafe PrinterSite Web-to-print system, first noted as a Must See ‘Ems in 2000.


The Legacy Award is selected from among all past Must See ‘Ems winners and is awarded to one product that has had a significant, lasting, and continuing influence on the graphic communications industry. The 2015 Best of Category winners in each of the Must See ‘Ems categories are:

Sales and Order Entry:
AccuZIP, Inc.,  AccuZip Direct Mail Configurator

Prepress and Premedia:
EFI, EFI Fiery Job Parallel HyperRIP

Color Management and Quality Control
EFI, Fiery CMYK+

Variable, Transactional and Multi-Channel:
HP, HP SmartStream Mosaic

Analogue Presses:
Ryobi MHI Graphic Technology Ltd., Ryobi MHI 925 LED UV with Smart Insta.Color and RPC

Digital Presses:
MGI Inc., MGI Meteor DP1000 & DF Pro Integrated Inline Product Suite

Digital Presses:
Xerox Corporation, Xerox Rialto 900 Inkjet Press

HP, HP T1100 Simplex Color Inkjet Web Press

Postpress and In-line Finishing:
Highcon Systems Ltd., Highcon Euclid II+

Imprinting, Mailing, Shipping and Fulfillment:
Pitney Bowes, Productivity Tool Suite, Workcell Productivity Interface & Inserter Production Dashboard

Management Systems:
EFI, EFI PrintFlow for Packaging (Booth 1902)
The Future of Print:
HP, HP High Definition Nozzle Architecture Technology

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