Foster City, California-based EFI, a world leader in customer-focused printing and packaging industry innovation, announced the launch of Fiery XF Version 5, a flexible and scalable high-speed digital front end and color management workflow for wide- to superwide-format production and proofing.
Stamford, Connecticut-based Pitney Bowes Inc. announced a new collaboration with PageTech, a leader in PCL (Printer Control Language) print stream conversion software, for the Volly secure digital delivery service.
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Demand for food safety products in the U.S. is forecast to increase 7.3 percent annually to $4.5 billion in 2016, a result of increased public awareness following recent highly publicised multistate outbreaks of foodborne illnesses and the need to comply with provisions of the landmark Food Safety Modernization Act.
Smart labels and tags, and software and tracking systems are expected to experience the fastest gains, reflecting a heightened emphasis on traceability in the food supply chain. Smart label and tag demand will be boosted by traceability advantages along with expanded usage in food packaging to reduce losses in perishable foods.
Newton, Massachusetts-based P3Software, Inc., a world leader in print procurement technology, announced a new Customer Access Portal (CAP) for the P3Expeditor web-based print procurement system that provides expanded tools and features for print professionals, print brokers and printers to manage print costs across an organization.