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Hybrid Software highlights latest prepress technologies

09.26.17

More than 1,400 seats of the PDF label/packaging editing software PackZ and 300 CloudFlow workflows have been sold worldwide.

The increasing demand from printers to integrate prepress and business environments has resulted in a significant rise in sales for Hybrid Software, according to Guido Van der Schueren, chairman of the Board of Hybrid Software. Since its launch in 2013 at Labelexpo, more than 1,400 seats of the PDF label/packaging editing software PackZ and 300 CloudFlow workflows have been sold worldwide.

“The pace of our successes has been rising year-on-year, as label printers and trade shops look further into the future in terms of the software they purchase," says Van der Schueren. "A growing number want to create a seamless integration between the software used to run their business and that used in the prepress department such as MIS. They are also more discerning, demanding the freedom and flexibility to install products that are the most effective for their particular set up.

“Hybrid Software’s willingness to listen has resulted in a host of customer-led products, and visitors to our stand at Labelexpo Europe can hear about several new developments,” adds Van der Schueren. “This includes an e-learning program for operators, as well as new features incorporated within CloudFlow and PackZ, plus expanded pre-flighting functionality in ProofScope. Visitors can see demonstrations of ProofScope’s integration with Cerm’s portal software Web4Labels, which creates a highly efficient end-to-end order approval system, as well as PackZ integration with GMG’s OpenColor software. The latter enables the production of printed material with a greatly extended color gamut.”