TechNova seals an Esko Suite deal with Kalapi

By 04 Feb 2017

As it claims its share in the digital solutions space, TechNova, on Day One of PrintPack, has announced the sale of Esko Suite software to Mumbai-based packaging converter Kalapi Printing Press.

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(r) Pimple: "“Our customers are increasingly looking at exploring to diversify into packaging applications"

Speaking to PrintWeek India, Nazim Nanjee of Kalapi Printing Press, said, “We were wanting to expand and consolidate our application base in packaging. Esko Suite meets every requirement that helps me address my immediate and future needs.”

“I must thank TechNova for painstakingly detail every aspect of the software and its capacity to increase my profitability,” added Nanjee.

Parag Pimple, general manager sales - packaging segment at TechNova, said, “Our customers are increasingly looking at exploring to diversify into packaging applications and with our software portfolio powered by Esko. We have been able to fulfil those immediate and future needs.”

At PrintPack, TechNova is showcasing an extensive range of digital solutions from its multiple alliance partners, covering digital pre-press, software, digital press and digital post-press enhancement solutions.

TechNova, for the first time, will be demonstrating the entire suite of Esko software solutions as well as Enfocus’ range of software.

Other products on display include thermal and violet platesetters powered by Amsky and ECRM respectively, and TED, TechNova’s digital services dashboard launched recently.


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