CERM, Esko engage in premium integration partnership

Esko gets CERM Premium Integration Partner quality label

CERM and Esko engage in Premium Integration Partnership Courtesy- ESKO

In the ever-evolving landscape of print and packaging, integration partnerships are key in driving efficiency and ensuring quality. With the recent launch of its Premium Integration Partnership program, CERM, which offers software solutions for an integrated workflow, designed specifically for the industrial labeling and packaging sector, says it is emphasizing the importance of an integrated workflow when striving for productivity and processing more orders faster and better. 

In this backdrop, it is awarding Esko, its long-lasting partner and industry-leader in prepress workflow software, the CERM Premium Integration Partner quality label.

The CERM Premium Integration Partnership

The CERM Premium Integration quality label represents the essence of an ideal partnership, and it challenges us to work in tandem with all our integration partners towards shared goals and top-level quality. Forging stronger ties with our industry counterparts.

Welcoming Esko as premium partner isn’t just adding another name to a list, but rather a joint commitment to operational excellence with an industry reference for prepress workflow software.

From product creation to approval

The CERM-Esko integration automates the complete process from product creation in the CERM MIS Software to the approval of the soft proof by the print buyer. This collaboration aims at eliminating tedious and time-consuming manual interventions and paving the way for a more streamlined and efficient process.

One of the most significant advantages of automation, especially in a sector where precision is crucial, is the reduction of potential errors. No longer do companies have to grapple with human-induced inconsistencies. Moreover, by automating repetitive tasks, it allows prepress operators to channel their expertise where it matters most, ensuring a consistent approach in file management, naming, and storage.

A Partnership Defined by Quality

While each partner integration carries its unique essence and context, the CERM-Esko partnership was thoroughly analyzed in all its facets. CERM says it recognized the depth and quality of this automated workflow solution, and therefore named Esko as its next Premium Integration Partner. 

With a shared vision and a commitment to excellence, both Esko and CERM are set to redefine integration standards, ensuring that the end-users get the best of both worlds. without declaring any undue advantage or bias within the industry. It’s a mark of assurance, a quality promise, and commitment to drive our industry forward.

CERM recently launched its Premium Integration Partnership program and is delighted to welcome Esko as its next Premium Integration Partner.

The CERM Premium Integration quality label represents what could be an ideal partnership and CERM says it challenges it to work towards a common goal with all its industry partners. With Esko, it says it is adding one of its industry leaders in prepress workflow software to its Premium Integration Partnership program.

The CERM-Esko prepress integration is intended to automate the complete process from product creation in the CERM MIS Software to the approval of the soft proof by the print buyer.

Automating repetitive tasks saves time and reduces errors. It also allows prepress operators to focus on added value operations – their real expertise – with operator independent consistency in file handling, naming and storage.

In 2024, we are looking at full recovery and growth-led investment in Indian printing

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India is a large and tough terrain and while its book publishing and commercial printing industry have recovered and are increasingly embracing digital print, the Indian newspaper industry continues to recover its credibility and circulation. The signage industry is also recovering and new technologies and audiences such as digital 3D additive printing, digital textiles, and industrial printing are coming onto our pages. Diversification is a fact of life for our readers and like them, we will also have to adapt with agility to keep up with their business and technical information needs.

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