Arden Software highlights flagship Impact CAD software at Printpack – Hall 14 Stall i40A

Expanding the Indian footprint

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Manish Bhaskar, managing director, Asia and Africa, Arden Software. Photo PSA

Arden Software is showcasing a number of solutions at the 15the Printpack with the highlight being its flagship Impact CAD software which is for packaging design, 3D simulation, and die making. It is also talking about its step and repeat software and the packaging workflow management tool.

“Our packaging workflow management tool is web-based and helps connect all stakeholders in the packaging chain including internal stakeholders and external vendors. They can log into the portal and know at what stage the job is. It also has content approval feature and can be integrated with the SAP and MIS environment,” says Manish Bhaskar, managing director, Asia, and Africa, Arden Software.

Bhaskar said that the business in 2022 has seen robust recovery and the full year should be as good as 2019. “Printpack should help with the recovery further,” he says.

Arden is also expanding its product development team in India and shifted its office from Delhi NCR to Hyderabad. The development center at Hyderabad will be made the main center for the company in the coming future.

“We have two development centers, one in the UK and one in India. We are working on making the Indian center as our main one. There are six developers based in Hyderabad and by the end of this year, we plan to have 15. We are also expanding our sales and technical teams as well,” Bhaskar says.  

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