Global Graphics team up with Hybrid Software

Global Graphics has partnered with Hybrid Software to offer digital press manufacturers a combined package of RIPs and workflow, which will be showcased at Drupa.

Global Graphics is best known for the Harlequin RIP while Hybrid has developed various workflow solutions including the Cloudflow system for running automated graphics workflow production. Both companies are chaired by Guido Van der Schueren, formerly managing director and chairman of the board of Artwork Systems Group NV and vice chairman of the Esko Artwork Group.

Christopher Graf, CEO of Hybrid Software, says: “Technical and commercial processes need to be more closely aligned in order to get jobs out to a machine in the most efficient manner. Our products fill the gap that exists in bringing these processes together. Working with Global Graphics will extend these benefits to press vendors by giving them more choice of how to create their DFE.”






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