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HP Inspires Print Providers to Reinvent Digital Printing at drupa 2016

HP Inspires

HP is all set to make a paradigm shift in the digital printing solutions at drupa 2016. The company will also illustrate on HP’s digital print technology enabling print service providers (PSPs) to reinvent their possibilities.

The company also plans to debut its cloud-based operating system HP PrintOS at the event

“HP is bringing the full power of our vast portfolio of digital printing solutions to drupa 2016, featuring breakthrough innovations,” said Rob Le Bras-Brown, global head of print marketing, HP Inc. “With today’s introduction of HP PrintOS and more ground-breaking pre-drupa announcements to come, HP is following through on our promise to ‘keep reinventing’ with advancements across application segments that truly enable our customers to reinvent their possibilities.”

Simplifying and automating print production management

An open, secure and integrated platform for print production management, PrintOS is a cloud-based operating system ideal for PSPs of all segments and sizes for use with HP IndigoPageWide Web Press, Scitex and Latex digital printing technology.

Featuring a suite of intuitive web-based and mobile applications, PrintOS helps simplify and automate print production, enabling customers to start printing jobs, faster. Additionally, cloud connectivity allows customers to monitor print status remotely as well as track and improve production performance over time.

“We run a multi-shift, multi-press operation at ProCo, yet we have not previously had a window into the production performance of our digital operation,” said Graeme Parry, production director, ProCo. “PrintOS offers anytime, anywhere access, enabling more visibility than ever into our business. Not only are we using PrintOS to drive better print performance, but it’s also helping raise the bar of our staff, empowering operators with the right tools to better oversee production. It’s fantastic.”

PrintOS applications include:

  • Box, a tool simplifying job onboarding through non-automated channels like email and file transfer services. Often, a disproportionate amount of time and effort are invested in handling jobs prior to production. By standardizing processes, Box reduces upfront overhead, increasing capacity and improving profitability.
  • Site Flow, which combines automated order submission, pre-press and shop floor management capabilities to address the needs of PSPs serving the business-to-business and business-to-business-to-consumer markets.  The application allows PSPs to offer attractive costs and higher levels of service to fulfill hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of individual, personalized print orders every day, including direct shipment to end customers.

Additionally, HP Indigo and PageWide Web Press customers can use the PrintOS from May 31, 2016.  Many free apps will be available to existing customers with a service contract, while certain apps will be subject to monthly subscription and usage charges.

For the first time in drupa history, HP Graphics Solutions Business claims to host the tradeshow’s largest exhibit in hall 17 and showcase world’s biggest digital printing.


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