Durst Workflow wins 2023 EDP Award at Fespa
Durst Workflow, all-in-one solution to handle prepress and print production tasks, has been awarded the prestigious EDP Award for being the best workflow solution in the industry at Fespa Global Print Expo Munich.
The EDP Awards are the most prestigious awards in the digital printing industry and are presented by a consortium consisting of 21 European trade magazines that recognize innovative solutions. Durst Workflow has just received the esteemed EDP Award for being the industry's best workflow solution.
In recent years, there has been a trend of workflow technologies combining more and more functions into a single tool. As a result, workflow solutions are increasingly becoming the backbone of their respective print environments, enabling better and more efficient management of the entire process. At the same time, the scope of workflows varies widely, but the solutions presented meet the demand for simplification.
Durst Workflow is an all-in-one solution designed to handle prepress and print production tasks in an efficient way. It is a browser-based software solution that manages the entire PDF workflow, either manually or fully automatically, to streamline the process and achieve optimal results. Efficient data management is combined with color management, nesting, and powerful rip technology.
The Durst browser-based workflow solution has been evaluated by the EDP Technical Committee as a significant step forward for printers and converters due to its integration of all prepress and production steps in an automated manner. From the PDF to the print-ready files, the software includes all the necessary elements, including VDP (Variable Data Print).
The major breakthrough is that the software works with non-Durst printers as well. It can also be integrated with MIS/ERP systems via API.
Durst Workflow's recognition with the 2023 EDP Award is a testament to the company's dedication to excellence and continuous innovation and solidifies Durst's position as an industry leader.