Roland DG partners with Global Graphics

Roland DG is to use Global Graphics’ Harlequin RIP technology in its VersaWorks Dual RIP and print management software.

Akihiro Sadaki, Executive Officer and Division President of R&D for Roland DG, explained the need to handle increasingly large and complicated files, saying: “We value their track record and proven performance in the commercial printing market, especially in high-end graphic arts.” He added: “This agreement will also allow us to reduce lead time for getting our products to market while holding down development and maintenance costs.”

Curiously, Yoshiyuki Hagiwara, Representative Director of Global Graphics K.K. suggested that the company would be able to enhance its RIP technology through this collaboration, presumably as Global Graphics will learn more about wide format printing.




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