Solimar sets sights on software success
Solimar Systems is inviting current and prospective users of its workflow software from around the world to take part in its first virtual user conference later this month.
Solimar Systems specialises in workflow software to enable organisations around the world to onboard, make ready, enhance, manage and deliver print and digital communications and materials for a variety of industries and presentation types. The company’s annual user conference is designed to provide its customers and partners with a deep dive into the company’s latest technology advancements to help users maximise the full potential of their workflow systems.
Originally planned as a physical event in San Diego, California on 12-14 May, the event has now gone online and will run 22-24 September, 2020. The move to a no-charge virtual event is intended to ensure the company’s global customer base can benefit from the same product knowledge, market expertise and technical advice as usually provided by the annual conference.
Jonathan Malone-McGrew, director of engagement at Solimar Systems, said, ‘Rapid changes in industry and technology are driving new opportunities. We believe that now is the ideal time to re-evaluate your print and digital workflows and ensure that everything is ‘in full flow’ or on the way to operating in the most efficient, productive and profitable way possible.’
The six interactive sessions that comprise the 2020 event will include an insight into the company’s vision and roadmap from president and CEO Drew F. Sprague, product updates, and in-depth Customer Advisory Council panel discussions on transactional, direct mail and in-plants.
Chemistry is Solimar Systems’ customer communications management (CCM) platform that provides enterprise workflow tools that blend the company’s technologies with third-party applications to optimise and drive a variety of print and electronic requirements, including transactional and direct mail printing, commercial print, carton converting, and flexible packaging, labels, textiles and wide format. Earlier this year, it launched ReadyPDF Prepress Server to deliver ‘significant’ production workflow efficiencies and and increased ROI. ReadyPDF Prepress Server is a PDF-centric production print manager that features a host of file cleansing and optimisation capabilities, including font embedding, consolidation and replacement (including subsets). It is intended to enable increased colour space control and ICC profile application. It also enables easy removal or optimised inclusion of XObjects and improved document structure to overcome downstream processes or device issues.