Tilia Labs Named 'Company to Watch' at Inkjet and Wide-Format Summits
Tilia Labs, Inc. (tilialabs.com), a leading developer of planning and imposition solutions for the graphic arts industry, has received top accolades from some of North America’s leading inkjet and wide format print providers at two recent high-level events in Austin, Texas.
At both the Inkjet Summit, held July 26-28, and the Wide-Format Summit, July 28-30, Tilia Labs was named “Company to Watch Out For”. In the competition voted on by the 150 executive-level attendees of the events, Tilia Labs was chosen from among more than 40 companies representing their technologies. The award is given to the companies who attendees consider have the most exciting new technology that was presented at the event. In winning the title at both events, Tilia Labs succeeded over shortlists that included technology heavyweights including Canon, Ricoh and HP.
The Inkjet Summit and Wide-Format Summits are both invitation-only experiences for senior managers and business executives who want to understand how current and future printing technology will impact their business and investment decisions. Organized into key application segments, the summits offer strategic-level insights into what printing industry leaders should do to improve and optimize their business. This is achieved through a combination of boardroom case study presentations, 1:1 meetings, and peer-to-peer interaction, as well as expert analysis featuring industry advisors, such as Barbara Pellow, Marco Boer, David Zwang and Pat McGrew.
Presenting at the events, Tyler Thompson, Solutions Director with Tilia Labs, introduced the company’s dynamic nesting and imposition solution, tilia Phoenix, to attendees representing print providers of every size and scale. Delegates learned how customers are already using tilia Phoenix for dynamic, cost-based imposition to maximize material usage and remove the human touchpoint in prepress workflows.
“Delegates at this event came from large corporations like Vistaprint right down to little mom-and-pop printers, and it feels great to know that they can all see the value of our application,” comments Thompson. “Software technology can be challenging to explain but the results do the job for us. Planning for a print job is a tricky process, especially for micro and short-run digital printing. Tilia Phoenix takes the guesswork out of job planning and prepress layout so customers can reduce labor, maximize material usage, and improve profits!”
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