Heidelberg, Agfa and Enfocus will be joining Tharstern on its stand H320 at IPEX for a series of breakfast discussions on latest developments in management information systems (MIS).
Tharstern, the pioneering specialist in MIS software for print, packaging and labelling industries, will be hosting guests for partner integration demonstrations from 9am-10am at IPEX at the NEC in Birmingham next week.
Long-standing partner Heidelberg will kick off on the opening day [31 October] with a joint demonstration highlighting what users can expect through the integration of Tharstern MIS and Prinect software. Being shown for the for the first time will be new functionality within Tharstern, something which hugely benefits its JDF integration with Heidelberg, – the ability to create personalised imposition templates
The Enfocus team will join on the second day [1 November], helping to demonstrate how customers can automate remote proof approvals from within Tharstern. Other innovations include latest pre-flighting opportunities, comparing jobs against the supplied PDFs and the ability to dynamically either update Tharstern or modify the customer’s PDF without customer intervention.
Long-established and comprehensive integration partner Agfa joins for the third day [2 November]. The experts from both companies will be demonstrating what level of automation can be achieved with this partnership and how new Tharstern functionality will benefit the link – the ability to create personalised imposition templates within its MIS.
Lee Ward, Tharstern Global Sales Director, said: “Customers increasingly want to find new ways of increasing efficiencies and integrating different workflows. MIS is now not only essential, it’s a critical component for successful businesses. These breakfast meetings at IPEX will provide a perfect platform for show-goers to find out latest integration developments. We’re proud to be sharing world-class knowledge through our partnerships with Heidelberg, Enfocus and Agfa, as well as numerous other companies.”