Two firsts for Dalim Software at Labelexpo Europe

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Dalim Software, a global leader in the design and development of innovative and automated professional production workflow software for premedia, print, packaging and publishing, has made its debut appearance at Labelexpo Europe in Brussels which turned out to be a great success.

"We were delighted by the amount of interest from such an experienced audience on our booth," says Christofer Graf, Dalim Software's chief commercial officer. "Judging from the many contacts we made and all the projects we initiated, we can safely say that our new ES product line is the perfect match to the latest challenges in the labels and packaging industry."

Employing Dalim Software's vast experience in premedia automation, the ES architecture (Enterprise Solutions) is based on open standards like XMP, JDF, AJAX and the Adobe® PDF Print Engine and offers a wide range of tools from online approval to comprehensive, web-based online production management.

At Labelexpo Europe, Dalim Software introduced two new modules: 'milestones', which maps business processes with production and 'metadata' for easy media management and dynamic interaction with file processing workflows.

BG-Pack, one of the leading providers of premedia services for flexo printing in Switzerland, decided to purchase Dalim Software's ES platform at the show. "Today printers, retailers and brand owners expect us to visualize our services and processes on the web," says BG-Pack CEO Victor G?tsch.
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