Agfa announces partnership with Hybrid Software

OEM partnership will provide Agfa’s offset solutions division

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Agfa collaborated with Hybrid Software and Global Graphics
Agfa collaborated with Hybrid Software and Global Graphics to expand its portfolio

Agfa announces that it plans to expand its cooperation with the Global Graphics group beyond RIP technology, as its long-term partner in software development now also includes Hybrid Software.

The OEM partnership with Hybrid Software will provide Agfa’s offset solutions division with access to the group’s specialized technological know-how and complete product portfolio, which focuses on enterprise software for the packaging printing industry.

Agfa on extending relation with Global Graphics 

Andy Grant, Global Head of Software at Agfa, stated: “We are pleased to be able to extend our existing relationship with Global Graphics thanks to Hybrid Software’s offering. We see this alliance as a logical next step and as a way to build upon our existing technologies to develop innovative and customer-oriented solutions for our current as well as future printing industry market segments.”

Guido Van der Schueren, Chairman of Global Graphics PLC, added: “We are eager to broaden and intensify our collaboration with the company. It will enable us to strengthen and grow the Hybrid Software solutions portfolio and to help optimize the next release of Agfa’s software products.”

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