Tag: MIS

  • Tharstern enhances its MIS

    Tharstern has added three new modules for its Tharstern MIS for handling direct mail, sign installations and mobile inventories.

  • Pressero picks pricing from Presswise

    Aleyant, which has developed the Pressero web-to-print system, has worked with SmartSoft, which has created the Presswise workflow and MIS, to pass pricing information between the two systems.

  • OneVision and Cerm team up

    OneVision, which develops workflow software, has teamed up with Cerm, which has created a MIS specifically for the labelling sector. The two vendors are working on a technical-based collaboration to integrate their software to enable an automated end-to-end workflow for label production.

  • Heidelberg acquires Crispy Mountain

    Heidelberg has bought the German software developer Crispy Mountain, which has developed the Keyline cloud-based MIS. 

  • Fujifilm XMF integrates with EFI and Tharstern MIS

    Fujifilm has recently announced that its XMF Workflow portfolio can now be fully integrated with both the EFI Pace and Tharstern Management Information Systems, but what exactly does this mean in practice?

  • Tharstern announces new layout feature

    Tharstern has added a new Layout Library feature to its eponymous MIS, which should help printers improve the imposition that’s sent down from the MIS, removing any need for manual corrections.

  • Crispy Mountain MIS comes to UK

    The Keyline MIS, which has been written by the German developer Crispy Mountain, is now available in the UK through Cloud to Print ltd.

  • EFI updates Packaging Suite

    EFI has released Packaging Suite 4.0, which is based around its Radius MIS. The suite also includes elements from other EFI software programs, as well as some integrated components from other suppliers, such as Esko’s Automation Engine.

  • Hybrid partners with Cerm

    Hybrid Software has teamed up with Cerm to create a direct link with packaging productivity software and the Cerm MIS and Web to print applications, available to existing users of either company’s products.

  • Cerm to relaunch Web4Labels web to print system

    Cerm is preparing to update its digital shopfront Web4Labels in time for drupa. Cerm has completely re-engineered the existing tool from scratch following feedback from its user group. The new responsive web design will allow it to work across any device from mobile phones to desktop computers.

  • EFI showcases workflow software

    EFI used its Connect user conference to demonstrate a new JobFlow digital print workflow automation program. This supports multi-job submission, extended third-party job processing, workflow sharing and enhanced usability.

  • EFI buys Shuttleworth MIS

    EFI has continued its relentless acquisition of MIS with the announcement that it has now bought Shuttleworth Business Systems Ltd, one of the major UK systems, a move which is bound to improve EFI’s showing in the UK market.