Ultimate Tech’s automation in overdrive at HP stand at drupa

Automating print production

Julie Watson Ultimate Tech CEO. Photo LinkedIn

Ultimate Tech, a frontrunner in imposition, nesting and finishing automation, will showcase its latest innovations for HP customers at drupa in Dusseldorf from 28 May to 7 June in Hall 17.

Customers worldwide are leveraging Ultimate Tech’s solutions to drive their HP presses and to automate their print production. From the production of general commercial print work to books, transactional, photo products, labels, folding carton, wide format and more, Ultimate Tech delivers key technology to future-proof print businesses.

Ultimate Tech has the unique capability to centralize and scale massive pdf data and prepare and optimize print ready files for a wide range of applications and presses and tying in finishing. Total automation in Overdrive can be accomplished using smart, open tools designed with productivity in mind.

We have been proud HP workflow partners for over 15 years”, says Julie Watson Ultimate Tech CEO. “But more importantly, we have been partnering to help our mutual customers implement and leverage smart automation, and enhanced productivity.”

HP automation strategy is based on Intelligent Solutions, designed to fit the specific needs of our customers”, said Gershon Alon, head of SW Solutions, HP Indigo. “Our collaboration with Ultimate Tech integrates their imposition and finishing automation components, enabling us to offer fully automated production lines that help customers increase efficiency and propel business growth.”

Ultimate Tech will be present in the HP booth in the workflow sections during the entire drupa event.

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