Global Inkjet Systems (GIS), a leading developer of software, machine control and sub-systems for industrial inkjet, is delighted to announce its new collaboration with Adobe.
GIS and Adobe are collaborating to deliver further innovation to industrial inkjet applications and markets. As a starting point, GIS will incorporate the Adobe PDF Print Engine into an upcoming release of the Atlas® platform. Going forward, GIS and Adobe plan to roll-out powerful new capabilities for machine builders, integrators and OEMs in this segment.
“With the growing importance of PDF workflow to the industrial inkjet industry, GIS believes that unlocking access to the Adobe suite of leading PDF and upstream technologies via the Atlas® User Interface offers GIS’ customers and their end users a flexible and powerful platform for growth,” says Nick Geddes, CEO.
Over the past 30 years, Adobe has changed how the world communicates, transforming multiple industries along the way. Adobe innovation is centered on making content more effective, engaging and valuable. Adobe solutions empower creators to design, deliver and monetize relevant content across a broad range of media channels.
“I welcome GIS as a new partner using our technology,” said Pawan Goyal, Senior Director of Products, Adobe. “The manufacturing environment requires a robust, efficient and precise imaging platform – now GIS customers can harness the world’s fastest rendering technology for Adobe-quality PDF printing. GIS has built a number of innovative technologies, demonstrating expertise in the industrial print arena. As more manufacturers incorporate inkjet printing into their processes, new opportunities for disruptive innovation will emerge. So Adobe looks forward to further collaboration with GIS in this fast-growing market.”
This collaboration with Adobe boosts GIS’s position as a leading supplier of integrated inkjet solutions worldwide.