“Nothing compares anywhere near to Durst. And the investment in the P10 was an easy decision to make”
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Schopfloch, May 23, 2019. Surface design is playing an increasingly importance for interior fitting-, furniture-, flooring- and related industries, as the demand for individual and premium surfaces is steadily increasing. Innovative manufacturers and users of the industry have now reacted to this by launching the Digital Printing Association (DIPA).
Besides the HOMAG Group - the world’s leading provider of integrated solutions for production in woodworking industry and woodworking shops - the founding members of the new association are: MB Digitalprint GmbH & Co. KG, user and producer of digitally printed surfaces for furniture manufacturing and interior fitting, Li&Co AG, user and producer of digitally printed flooring, Durst Phototechnik AG, leading manufacturer of digital printing systems and Adler-Werk Lackfabrik Johann Berghofer GmbH & Co KG, leading Austrian paint supplier, offering primers and topcoats for digitally printed surfaces.
The main goal of DIPA is to make digital printing as an innovative process available to manufacturers of the above-mentioned industries. Ali Özyilmaz, Managing Director of MB Digitalprint: “We want to show users the many possibilities digital printing is offering today and provide them the necessary knowledge.”
The new association unifies experts of all process steps of industrial surface design by using digital printing with companies that already use this technology successfully. The technology partners want to provide access to digital printing to companies that deal with surface design.
Philipp Henry, responsible person for digital printing in the Business Unit Surface Processing at HOMAG: “Regardless of the printing process DIPA considers the process of individual surface design holistically. Thereby DIPA is the right contact person for all matters relating to digital printing“
In the long term it is planned to transfer DIPA into a registered association. It is intended to be open to all interested companies as a non-profit organization – subject to all preliminary legal reviews.
On July 11, 2019, the DIPA will host a symposium in Brixen/South Tirol (I), where interested parties can learn more about the successful use of digital printing. Further information about DIPA is also available at www.dipa-surface.com.
“Nothing compares anywhere near to Durst. And the investment in the P10 was an easy decision to make” – Geoffrey Shippers, Owner, ZWF
ZWF is a creative sign and reclameakers serving mostly regional customers in The Netherlands. It’s never looked back since investing in Durst systems, first an Omega in 2011, a machine recently replaced by a Rho P10 160 for its production facility in Friesland.
“The amazing photo quality print quality has helped transform our business since we started offering products direct to consumers via our Photogifts.nl website,” said ZWF owner Geoffrey Shippers. “We have grown our internet business turnover seven-fold in a short space of time – and just about everything there apart from textiles is printed on the Durst.”
ZWF was founded in 2005 and has built an experienced team that provides tailor-made, customized solutions in design, advertising and sign markets. All are produced by its experienced in-house team, which, as a result, it says means ZWF can pay extra attention to quality and deadlines. And the icing on the cake is flexibility to finish the productions neatly at a customer’s location.
A big turning point for ZWF was moving into internet sales in 2010, and that side of the business really began to take off after search engine optimization was perfected. Photogifts.nl is now an established brand, with sales now representing 30% of ZWF’s growing turnover.
“The quality of the Durst Omega is terrific, particularly the colours, and it was three to four times faster than our previous machine. As our business has grown, we need more capacity. We looked at other manufacturers because we wanted to thoroughly test the market, but nothing compares anywhere near to Durst. And the investment in the P10 was an easy decision to make really. An added benefit is the fantastic quality achieved with the white option and we’re printing much faster on substrates such as acrylic, canvas, aluminium and wood.
“The P10 is extremely reliable – it has to be for our work – and we’re now printing even faster and with super-high quality. Everything we were promised when we visited Durst’s manufacturing site in Lienz, Austria, has been realised. We were most impressed at the set-up and being able to do live demos. Durst staff are extremely experienced and professional and made us feel most welcome. And the technical back-up service is very good if we ever have a problem, which is very rare.”
„Das lösungsoriente Agieren von Durst und die Flexibilität der SmartShop Solution haben uns so überzeugt, dass wir unseren Kunden mittlerweile schon zwei Onlineshops anbieten.“Frederik Möller, Geschäftsführer, CCL Printing Solutions GmbH
Das Unternehmen CCL Printing Solutions GmbH in Hamburg, Deutschland, nutzt bereits seit 2015 die SmartShop Lösung von Durst. Nachdem sich der Onlineshop, der sich gröβtenteils auf Plexiglas-Produkte fokussierte, erfolgreich etabliert und das Interesse vieler Neukunden geweckt hatte, eröffnete die Firma 2018 mit der Hilfe von Durst einen zweiten Onlineshop. Jetzt bietet CCL sein weitgefächertes Produktportfolio auch online an und macht damit den Bestellprozess einfach und schnell. Mittlerweile erwirtschaften beide Webshops mehr als 20% des Jahresumsatzes - ein Erfolg, mit dem Frederik Möller, Geschäftsführer der CCL Printing Solutions GmbH, mehr als zufrieden ist.
CCL Printing Solutions ist seit über 30 Jahren der Fachbetrieb für den digitalen Druck auf allen Materialien. Mit neuester UV-Technologie produziert CCL digitale Drucke auf Plexiglas, Kunststoff, AluDibond, Glas, PVC und viele mehr. Das Produktportfolio beinhaltet auch viele Klassiker, wie z.B. PVC-Banner, Rollup-Systeme und Popup-Displays.
„Schon vor mehreren Jahren hatte sich herauskristallisiert, dass unser spezielles Produktangebot immer mehr Direkt-und Industriekunden, wie z.B. Künstler und Messebetreiber, anzieht. Mit dem Voranschreiten des Internets wurde uns klar, dass wir diese Kunden am besten über einen Onlineshop erreichen. So entstand die Idee für unseren ersten Internetshop, speziell für Plexiglasprodukte für Lichtdesign, Kunst, Messen, Innenausstattung und vieles mehr.“
Frederik Möller suchte sich Rat bei verschiedenen Anbietern. „Am meisten beeindruckte uns eine Präsentation von Durst und nach unseren jahrelangen guten Erfahrungen mit Durst im Laserdruckbereich fiel uns die Entscheidung leicht. Die fotobasierende SmartShop Solution ist ideal für unsere speziellen Anforderungen, da sie extrem flexibel und dabei sehr bedienerfreundlich ist. Mit Hilfe des smartEDITORS können Kunden schnell ihre Designs hochladen, Ausschnitte erstellen und dann mit verschiedenen Hintergrundfarben, Texten und Logos ihre Wunschprodukte ganz einfach selbst gestalten. Dabei sind sie sogar in der Lage, Besonderheiten wie Bohrlöcher beim Plexiglassdruck zu berücksichtigen!“
Bereits nach kurzer Zeit erwies sich die Investition als sehr erfolgreich und CCL erweiterte seinen Kundenstamm in vielen Bereichen. „Der nächste Schritt war die Planung eines zweiten Webshops, um unser gesamtes Klassiker-Portfolio anzubieten. Auch dabei stand uns Durst mit Rat und Tat zur Seite. Obwohl die Planung des zweiten Shops viel umfangreicher war, war der gesamte Prozess vom Aufbau bis zum Start des Onlineshops dann doch viel einfacher als gedacht dank der professionellen Unterstützung und Betreuung durch Durst. Die Kommunikation zwischen uns war einfach super. Während der Entwicklungsphase war Durst sehr flexibel und hat unsere Wünsche und Ideen zügig umgesetzt. Das Ergebnis ist ein hochwertiger Webshop, der bei unseren Kunden auf gute Resonanz stöβt.“
Natürlich kann es aber auch vorkommen, dass die Software alleine nicht reicht, um alle Online- Kundenwünsche zu erfüllen. „Aber das ist kein Problem“, so Frederik Möller. „Kunden können online direkt mit uns in Kontakt treten und das weitreichende Know-how unserer Mitarbeiter nutzen, um ganz spezifische Projekte zu realisieren. Begeistert sind wir auch davon, wie einfach wir die Produktpalette online erweitern oder weitere Buttons hinzufügen können. Unsere Kunden sind von dem einfachen und effizienten Bestellprozess überzeugt und die Verkaufszahlen bestätigen das! Mittlerweile machen beide Onlineshops über 20% des jährlichen Gesamtumsatzes aus. Damit sind wir sehr zufrieden. Mit Durst haben wir einen langjährigen und zuverlässigen Partner gefunden, der unser Geschäft und die Ansprüche unserer Kunden bestens versteht.“
Brixen, Italy / Munich, Germany - 16.05.2019 - Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, has won a European Digital Press Association (EDP) award for its P5 350 printing system for large format specialists. Launched at FESPA in Munich, Germany, (14-17 May) and based on the P5 technology platform, the Durst P5 350 triumphed in the EDP Flatbed/Hybrid Printer < 250 sqm/h category.
The EDP Technical Committee’s citation said particularly noticeable are the further developments in reel loading and material handling of this production printer that runs at speeds up to 120 sqm/h. It also complimented Durst’s foresight for meeting topical needs in the market and Durst Analytics preemptive diagnostics and advanced software – all demonstrated by Durst Professional Services at FESPA.
“The multiroll option is using compact and robust design,” said the report. “The Durst P5 offers patented quick printhead change, fast media reel loading by two positions for single and dual rolls and foldable roll tables. It also offers automatic detection of media wide and thickness, an intelligent multiboard infeed for up to six boards simultaneously. The P5 core values are productivity, print quality, versatility and efficiency.”
Andrea Riccardi, Head of Product Management who accepted the EDP award at FESPA on behalf of Durst Group, said: “FESPA 2019 has been an extremely important showcase for us to demonstrate the world-class capabilities of our P5 technology platform as well as our modular software solutions, Durst Workflow, Durst Analytics and Durst Smart Shop that provide customers with an automated production unit from pixel to output. This latest award for our P5 technology mirrors the fantastic feedback we have been getting at FESPA. Visitors to our stand have been hugely impressed by this outstanding technology. We’re delighted.”
At FESPA, Durst unveiled the P5 350 and P5 210 new printing systems and also presented the P5 250 HS printing system, unveiled in 2018 and now further developed.
For more information, visit: www.durst-group.com/p5.
Bressanone, Italia / Monaco di Baviera, Germania - 14.05.2019 - Durst, leader mondiale nella produzione di sistemi di stampa per applicazioni industriali, ha presentato oggi a FESPA 2019 le nuove stampanti P5 350 e P5 210 rivolte agli specialisti del grande formato e basate sulla rivoluzionaria piattaforma tecnologica P5. E ancora. Famiglia P5 potenziata anche con il modello P5 250 HS, progettato in una nuova realese ulteriormente ottimizzata
Oltre alle nuove stampanti, tra le novità Durst in fiera le soluzioni software modulari proprietarie Durst Workflow, Durst Analytics e Durst Smart Shop, che assicurano ai clienti un'unità di produzione automatizzata da "pixel to output". Completano l'offerta i servizi di consulenza, formazione e integrazione erogati da Durst Professional Services.
"P5 è la piattaforma tecnologica ed innovativa sviluppata da Durst per i professionisti del large format", ha dichiarato Christoph Gamper, CEO e comproprietario del Gruppo Durst. "Nel 2018, abbiamo stabilito nuovi standard di qualità con la P5 250 HS e, nel frattempo, abbiamo sviluppato nuove soluzioni di stampa per ottimizzare i processi dei nostri clienti.A FESPA 2019, abbiamo presentato il portafoglio Durst P5 ampliato con nuove stampanti ibride, software di workflow e analisi integrati e feautures opzionali con soluzioni di prestampa e webshop."
P5 350/210 - La nuova versatilità
Con P5 350 (luce fino a 3,5 m) e P5 210 (luce fino a 2,1 m), Durst amplia il portafoglio P5 con due nuove soluzioni ibride. Questi sistemi fissano inediti standard in termini di flessibilità e versatilità, in quanto possono stampare su supporti rigidi e in rotolo. Con l'esclusiva opzione multiroll per P5 350/210, gli utenti possono persino caricare le bobine anche durante la stampa, così da ridurre i tempi di impostazione ed aumentare l'efficienza. Le stampanti sono dotate di tecnologia LED a basso consumo energetico e vengono fornite con il software Durst Workflow Print e lo strumento di monitoraggio Durst Analytics integrati. Entrambi i modelli offrono la massima qualità fino a 1200 dpi, opzioni multi-track per la stampa di massimo 6 pannelli in parallelo, rilevamento automatico della larghezza e dello spessore dei supporti, piani con rulli pieghevoli e scorrevoli ed un sistema di ricarica inchiostro sicuro. Inoltre, possono essere dotati di periferiche per un’automazione a ¾ o completa.
P5 250/200 HS: la nuova produttività
Con l'ulteriore sviluppo della serie HS, la gamma P5 offre due sistemi di stampa industriale con luce fino a 2,5 m. P5 250 HS e P5 200 HS sono dotate della tecnologia MEMS per le teste di stampa e permettono di ottenere una qualità 5 volte più elevata a velocità fino a 600 m²/h. Questi sistemi possono stampare su supporti rigidi e in bobina anche fronte / retro. Inoltre, sono equipaggiati con il software Durst Workflow Print integrato e lo strumento di monitoraggio Durst Analytics. Oltre alla massima qualità fino a 1.200 dpi, P5 250 HS e P5 200 HS offrono opzioni dualtrack per pannelli e un sistema di ricarica inchiostro sicuro e possono essere dotate di periferiche per un’automazione a ¾ o completa.
Gli inchiostri per le stampanti P5
Durst offre quattro tipologie di inchiostro per le stampanti P5: Inchiostro Durst Rigid LED, Inchiostro Durst Roll LED, Inchiostro P5 Premium WG, Inchiostro P5 POP HS contraddistinti da ampia gamma colori, elevata stabilità, varietà di applicazioni e basso consumo.
Ecosistema software Durst
Tutte le P5 sono dotate della nuova soluzione software di produzione Durst Workflow Print e dello strumento di monitoraggio Durst Analytics. Ciò permette a queste stampanti di iniziare a produrre sin dal primo giorno. Durst offre anche una soluzione upgradabile per l'integrazione di un sistema di e-commerce grazie a Durst Smart Shop. Tutto il software Durst può essere esteso e gestito modularmente tramite un'interfaccia utente basata sul web.
Durst, tramite la sua consociata Durst Professional Services GmbH, offre ai propri clienti servizi completi di consulenza, formazione e integrazione sulle nuove soluzioni software Durst per assicurare il massimo beneficio derivante dall'automazione dei processi e dalla digitalizzazione.
Per maggiori informazioni visitare il sito: durst-group.com/p5.
Bliss Impex, an international manufacturer of synthetic textiles printed fabrics and apparel fabrics, exports 80% of its business and counts many globally-recognised brands among its clients. In a price-sensitive market, the company now relies heavily on Durst proven technology for industrial-scale production. Less wastage, fast-turnaround on orders, no limitations on colour and printing on virtually any materials are among major benefits in a seismic change to digital production of over 10,000,000 linear meters a month.
“This is the future,” said Ekansh Jain, Director of Bliss Impex. “Durst’s proven and cost-effective solution in a price-sensitive market is revolutionising our business. The machines are incredible flexible with no limitations on colour. We can print on an endless list of materials with the Alphas, including many that used to need pre-coating. The fantastic quality gives us a competitive edge, and the sharpness and brightness really stand out.”
Bliss Impex is part of the Jain Group of companies employing 300 people and having a €17.5 million turnover. In a changing market, buyers and designers are now demanding shorter turnaround times from order to delivery and an immediate response when any last-minute changes are needed.
Ekansh Jain typifies the new mindset within the family-owned firm in an evolving market where brand owners and designers demand digital production. Bliss Impex made the investment in Durst systems – three Alpha 190s Reactive production systems and one Durst Alpha 180 printer for polyester work – after a first venture into digital didn’t work out with another supplier. They use the Durst One-Step GOTS-certified reactive ink. All the printers are housed in a temperature-controlled new digital centre in Delhi in a €6million investment. Orders can be completed within three days, sometimes even 24 hours, a far cry from the 15 days it would take with conventional production.
Durst provides round-the-clock on-site technical support as well as a remote link-up with the Durst headquarters in Italy. “We have had a real partnership approach with Durst, which provides world-class support and service,” said Mr Jain. “It may be in as little as three years’ time that our unit here runs completely on digital. Costs are coming down all the time. This is a redefinition of the production processes.
“As one example of how we are growing our business and opening new opportunities directly with brand owners, H&M needed to print on sushi voil for a ladies’ garment and we completed the 300,000 linear meter order within 20 days. It could not have been done conventionally in that timescale because we needed many different colours and lots of merging. The incredible quality speaks for itself.”
Mr Jain concludes: “This is a seismic change in the industry as people are being educated to the benefits of digital.”
Bressanone, 15 aprile 2019 – Un’ala piatta che svetta leggiadra con una torre di sei piani in calcestruzzo leggero raggiugendo i 35 metri di altezza. La facciata, in metallo verniciata a polvere, ha 850 finestre illuminate in diversi colori, ideate con lo scopo di evocare il tema della fotografia e della stampa digitale utilizzando il pixel per richiamare i settori aziendali. Il tutto per una superficie complessiva di 28.000 mq con annesso giardino sopraelevato di 2.800 mq. Questo il futuristico edificio che spicca tra le montagne di Bressanone e ospita il nuovo headquarter di Durst e il nuovo Customer Experience Center. Inaugurata ufficialmente lo scorso 5 aprile con un grande evento che ha chiamato a raccolta oltre 1.000 ospiti accolti dal CEO e comproprietario Christoph Gamper e dai rappresentati della storica famiglia proprietaria Harald Oberrauch e Christof Oberrauch, la nuova sede riflette le strategie a lungo termine del Gruppo come ha spiegato Christoph Gamper alla guida di questa transizione: “Nei prossimi decenni assisteremo all'evoluzione di Durst da specialista della stampa inkjet digitale a fornitore di soluzioni altamente integrate che vanno dall’acquisizione di immagini e dati fino alla stampa e alla decorazione di superfici, comprendendo la messa a punto di software proprietari per il workflow, lo sviluppo di inchiostri e la costante implementazione di servizi pre e post vendita”. E la nuova costruzione avveniristica è l’emblema di questa trasformazione, incarnando la perfezione di un’azienda high-tech fortemente motivata a plasmare il futuro attraverso il driver dell’innovazione. “Non si tratta di apparenza ma di essenza. Abbiamo voluto costruire uno spazio protetto per coltivare l’innovazione, riunendo persone speciali dedicate a creare qualcosa di nuovo, con l’attenzione sempre puntata sulla domanda successiva”, aggiunge Gamper. In questa cornice, dove anche l’estetica vuole la sua parte, sono presenti postazioni di lavoro che uniscono l’hi-tech al comfort, aree relax e spazi per il servizio di baby-sitting professionale, dimostrando la grande attenzione al benessere dei dipendenti. Cuore pulsante di tutta la struttura, il “Customer Experience Center” creato per diventare il luogo in cui clienti da tutto il mondo potranno testare l’intera gamma delle soluzioni Durst.
Christoph Gamper - CEO & Co-Owner Durst Group
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Durst HQ Customer Experience Center
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Durst HQ Facade
Durst HQ Front
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Durst HQ Interieur
Brixen, Italy – April 11, 2019 – Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, and Koenig & Bauer, the world’s second-largest printing press manufacturer, signed a 50/50 joint venture agreement in Munich on Wednesday, April 10. The signing of the agreement paves the way for the joint development and marketing of single-pass digital printing systems for the folding carton and corrugated fiberboard industry. The antitrust clearance that is still required from the relevant antitrust authorities before “Koenig & Bauer Durst GmbH” can be officially established is expected to be granted in the next few weeks. Business operations should then commence by the end of May and a Managing Director will be appointed. Koenig & Bauer Durst GmbH will have its registered office in Würzburg and cooperate closely with both parent companies’ global network. Initially, the joint venture portfolio will comprise the Koenig & Bauer CorruJET 170 and the Durst SPC 130 – including all associated services and the ink business, as well as the development of the VariJET 106.
“It was a short path from letter of intent to official signature because the negotiations had already been conducted in a spirit of genuine cooperation,” says Christoph Gamper, CEO of the Durst Group. “We want to work efficiently and purposefully towards a common goal – tapping the huge potential that digital production lines offer for the packaging industry.”
“Koenig & Bauer Durst will combine different key technology areas and market expertise to perfect effect,” says Claus Bolza-Schünemann, CEO of Koenig & Bauer AG. “I am convinced that the joint venture will benefit from the spirit embodied by both companies and that something really special is emerging here. The packaging industry is looking for new, more efficient production opportunities and Koenig & Bauer Durst will supply the necessary digital solution.
From left to right:Stefan Kappaun, EVP Inks & Fluids, Durst GroupChristopher Kessler, General Counsel, Koenig & Bauer AGChristoph Gamper, CEO & Co-Owner, Durst GroupChristian Gatterer, CFO, Durst GroupJochen Sproll, Project Manager Corporate Development, Koenig & Bauer AGClaus Bolza-Schünemann, CEO, Koenig & Bauer AGHarald Oberrauch, Owner Durst Group
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In the end of February 2019, the first Durst P5 250 HS UV printer has been presented to customers at Arial in St. Petersburg during an Open House event. The Durst customer Arial, an advertising and production company, works with the P5 UV printer since September 2018 and has already ordered another P5 printer from the same type. One machine is installed and the 2nd one will be installed by end of May. Another P5 250 HS was installed in Moscow as well.
Arial produces a wide range of POS materials, posters, backlits, banners and PVC grids, various contact paper products as well as textile goods (soft signage, flags), etc. 80% of manufacturing range falls to interior goods (mainly corrugated cardboard), which makes high printing quality a key factor for any purchase decision. The P5 250 HS fulfills this important customer expectation.“We wanted to be ahead of the curve,” Olga Bolgar, the Chief Operating Officer of Arial advertising and production company, explains the reasons behind the purchase, “Generally, we work with advertising agencies and they are very sensitive to technological innovations that may improve product quality and order processing speed. When we found out about the development of the Durst P5 platform, it became clear to us that this device would be launched in Russia. And as we wanted to be at the top of the list, we immediately ordered a P5 machine”.Kirill Karelsky, the Chief Commercial Officer of Arial advertising and production company, told how he, on a trial basis, had printed some regular business cards with the Durst P5 250 HS and the print result “has exceeded all expectations”.
Bathurst Signs is a regional business and generates 60% of its business outside the Australia city where it is based, including to Sydney just over 220 kilometers to the south east. Durst software will ensure turnover grows by at least 25% in the next 18 months alone.
“Durst’s SmartShop solution has – and will continue – to revolutionize our business,” said owner David Berry. “It’s done everything and more. In the next two years the profits generated through our website will more than give us a return on investment. A wider benefit is customer loyalty; the software is enabling us to become virtually indispensable to our clients, who also rely on us for training and other resources.”
Bathurst Signs employs 12 people and has a turnover of AU$1.3 million. Its traditional sign-making business largely covered government departments and other regulated industries such as forestry and rail. In the old days, every job order needed at least some form of change.
“Change became so exhausting that we didn’t want to provide many of the services,” said David Berry. The software from Durst Professional Services has simplified order-making, with the addition of a fast-expanding online shop business where the public can also order custom-made signs and other products directly through the website.
Bathurst Signs’ extensive online libraries are accessible by logging onto the website and which has a powerful search function, developed by Durst Professional Services. For example, over 5,000 different bits of artwork for state rail alone can be searched and found almost instantaneously. Any designs can be tailored to individual requirements with a powerful tool, known as the smartEditor, provided by Durst Professional Services in large-format printing. Creator software is used for personalising anything from banners, wallpapering, signs, billboards and posters, as well as flexible packaging. Bathurst Signs has set up 15 sub-shops as a portal for larger customers.
“This is versatile, nimble and unique software,” said David Berry. “The time it takes to process orders now has been reduced from many days, sometimes weeks, down to just a couple of hours. The customer is in total control and uses smartEditor to create the final job, while we are left to print and dispatch in very quick time. I have never seen anything so sophisticated that gives the average person the ability to design with such powerful software.
“Personalization can be done to the nth degree – the options for our customers are limitless and cover endless applications. For instance, banners, wallpapering applications, stickers, posters and billboards, as well as packaging consumer goods such as lunchboxes and wine boxes.”
David Berry concluded: “It’s been a learning experience, but the support from Durst has been incredible and the staff are always extremely professional. Durst has been a true partner. It is a company that is constantly investing and improving the software solutions, making improvements on a virtual daily basis.”
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