eProductivity Software’s EMEA debut at CCE in Munich 14 to 17 March

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eProductivity Software becomes an independent company after being acquired by Symphony Technology Group (STG) from EFI.

eProductivity Software will showcase its end-to-end Corrugated Business Suite that includes both software and corrugated control systems that empower corrugators to exceed rising market expectations at The fifth CCE International exhibition for the corrugated and folding carton industry will take place in Munich, Germany, March 14- 17, 2022.

On 3 March 2022, eProductivity Software (ePS), formerly the Productivity Software business unit of EFI, today announced that it will be making its EMEA debut at CCE International Corrugated Exhibition. The fifth CCE International exhibition for the corrugated and folding carton industry will take place in Munich, Germany, March 14- 17, 2022. ePS will be showcasing its Escada corrugated control system, end-to-end Corrugated Suite that includes both transformational technology and powerful industry-enabling point solutions.

Visitors will be able to engage ePS industry experts to learn about the new features of the industry leading Escada corrugator control systems, such as the eagerly anticipated Smart Setpoint’ Process Control extension. This revolutionary corrugator process setpoints management system automatically selects the best process recipes and configurations based on multiple predefined factors to manufacture the best quality corrugated board.

In addition, ePS will showcase its latest improvements in the Corrugated Packaging Suite. The suite offers a range of highly flexible, modular software solutions that optimize corrugator efficiency and converting performance while reducing paper waste throughout the entire converting and manufacturing process.

Rounding out the ePS Corrugated ecosystem is the industry-enabling data collection point solution, Auto-Count 4D. AC4D empowers corrugated businesses to make timely, data-driven, cost-effective decisions that can result in faster speeds, greater accuracy, and higher quality—anytime, anywhere, and from any device. The open technology of ePS point solutions are designed to meet the unique needs of corrugators while seamlessly integrating with existing technology- regardless of what Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution the company uses.

Aleks Zlatic, General Manager for Packaging at ePS notes, “we are extremely excited to be at CCE as an independent company. This next chapter in our journey allows us to accelerate investments in developing transformational technology that will empower our customers and the entire industry. These past few years have taught us that to succeed in unpredictable conditions, your technology roadmap must be agile, scalable, and future proof. We are eager to showcase our end-to-end corrugated solutions here in Munich.”

Visitors can find eProductivity Software in Hall 4, Stand #2427. For more information on eProductivity Software, please visit eproductivitysoftware.com. Technical journalist Nessan Cleary will be covering the Munich event for Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia.

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Editor of Indian Printer and Publisher since 1979 and Packaging South Asia since 2007. Trained as an offset printer and IBM 360 computer programmer. Active in the movement to implement Indian scripts for computer-aided typesetting. Worked as a consultant and trainer to the Indian print and newspaper industry. Visiting faculty of IDC at IIT Powai in the 1990s. Also founder of IPP Services, Training and Research and has worked as its principal industry researcher since 1999. Author of book: Miracle of Indian Democracy.


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