Hamillroad announces partner program

Hamillroad Software, which develops prepress software solutions, has set up a new Partner Program aimed at establishing mutually beneficial relationships with providers of complementary products in the printing and graphic arts industry.

Hamillroad’s Bellissima is a digitally modulated screening solution for flexo users.

This could include companies developing RIPs, colour management or workflow software, as well as CtP hardware, presses and measuring devices.

Hamillroad’s own products revolve around its Digitally Modulated Screening (DMS) prepress solutions such as Auraia DMS for offset and Bellissima DMS for flexographic printing.

Andy Cave, Hamillroad CEO, explained: “We’re committed to developing exemplary technology solutions for the prepress and print industry. Aligning ourselves with other technology providers will allow us and our partners to gain significantly deeper insights and a much greater understanding of each other’s products and how they interact. This partnership will not only help further develop and improve our respective products but also achieve greater functionality and integration, to the ultimate benefit of our customers.”

There are several different programs, with the first being the Bellissima DMS Press Manufacturer Partner (PMP) Program, which will be managed by Apex International, the global distributor of Bellissima DMS.

Danielle Kinsella, marketing director at Hamillroad, elaborated: “The partner program aims to ensure best of breed solutions which deliver on seamless functionality and consistent levels of print quality across all market sectors; it ensures that partners can successfully collaborate and promote their technology alongside our own, through engaging marketing campaigns and activities.”

Any companies wishing to join the partner program should send an email to partners@hamillroad.com





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