Tilia Labs’ Phoenix workflow software from Fujifilm has transformed Ocyan’s wide format print division07 Dec 2018
Based in Lisbon, Ocyan Group is a leading print company offering a full end-to-end service from pre-press to finishing, delivering a range of offset, commercial digital and wide format applications to a variety of customers in Portugal and beyond.
Large format print service provider The Big Display Company of Slough, UK, has gained an estimated 30 percent production time since investing in tilia Griffin automatic layout software. The application from Tilia Labs, a leading developer of planning, imposition, and automation software solutions for the graphic arts industries, was chosen for speed and ease-of-use in automating nesting processes for the full range of large-format production devices.
The SGIA show in Las Vegas, Nevada (October 18—20th, 2018) provides the platform for the latest product launch for large format production from Tilia Labs, a leading developer of planning, imposition, and automation software solutions for the graphic arts industries. In a joint exhibit on Booth 550 with Enfocus Software, Tilia Labs presents Griffin 2.0, developed to boost job preparation and nesting productivity with features that facilitate industrialized paneling production and enhance the range of device integration.
Enfocus, the maker of Enfocus Pitstop, the industry standard for PDF preflight and editing, and Enfocus Switch, the award winning automation solution, along with Tilia Labs, developer of industry leading planning, imposition, and automation software solutions, announce a joint exhibit at the SGIA show in Las Vegas, Nevada (October 18—20th, 2018). In addition to demonstrating their customizable solutions for optimizing large-format tasks and workflows, customers visiting booth #550 will be offered an SGIA exclusive opportunity to win an Enfocus Switch and Tilia Labs Griffin Pro automation bundle worth over $7,000.
Enfocus, the leader in PDF solutions for quality control, advanced PDF editing, and workflow automation for the graphic arts industry has been recognized for three Red Hot Technologies at Print18 in Chicago. Print18 is held from September 30 to October 2 at McCormick Place.