Fiery, Global Inkjet Systems Team Up to Develop New Industrial Inkjet Solutions

Fiery, LLC and Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) today announced a technology partnership for developing print solutions for the industrial inkjet-printer market.

The companies say they will leverage their expertise in digital front ends (DFEs) and print-head drive electronics, software, and ink-delivery systems to enhance inkjet press performance, improve print quality, and automate workflows.

In addition, GIS will now offer Fiery Impress, the DFE for industrial inkjet presses, to its customers. The integrated solution will combine Fiery Impress and GIS print-head drive electronics supported by the GIS Atlas software platform to provide press manufacturers and inkjet integrators with a ready-to-go solution that includes color and workflow software, hardware, and support.

The Fiery DFE’s scalability, when combined with the robust GIS electronics and core software, is said to provide unique opportunities that can be tailored to meet any press requirement. With a turnkey solution, press manufacturers have access to market-leading technology, including superior color management, automation, and integrated workflow tools. Fiery says this enables rapid inkjet product development and provides print system builders with added value and a faster return on investment.

In addition, print providers benefit from innovative inkjet systems with precise color control and efficient and easily customizable workflows that improve quality and drive profitability.

“By joining forces with GIS, we want to make inkjet printing more profitable for customers across a broader range of applications and accelerate overall inkjet adoption,” commented Fiery CEO Toby Weiss.

“The combination of Fiery Impress and GIS technology provides printers with a complete workflow solution to efficiently produce more jobs using inkjet presses. Leveraging pre-press, color management, job management, VDP, MIS integration, and cloud analytics, printers can reduce manual touches, improve productivity, and grow their inkjet operations, Weiss said

“Collaboration is key within the inkjet industry,” said Steve Williamson, general manager of  GIS. “We are delighted to join forces with Fiery and be able to offer a combined inkjet development technology platform to reduce time to market for print system builders and OEMs.”

Both companies are exhibiting at the Industrial Print Integration (IPI) Conference in Dusseldorf, Germany. Attendees can learn more about the partnership at the Fiery booth #C2 or the GIS booth #B16.

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