Strong Australian interest in Durst software solutions at FESPA 2023

Durst has experienced a sharp increase in software enquiries following the recent FESPA exhibition in Munich.

Durst Oceania managing director Matt Ashman said while the Durst robotics was the stand-out feature for many on the exhibition stand at FESPA in Munich, there was a surprising number of software demonstrations and purchases held throughout the four days of the show.

“A lot of people came to see the robot – but we had a lot of people buying the software. The reason for that is the Durst software is very important for all print businesses right now. Printing companies are looking at ways to streamline not only the automation of print – but the automation of their workflow and their business,” Ashman said.

“Durst now stands for not just high quality machinery – and automation – it also stands for high quality software solutions. You don’t have to own a Durst to own our software – the LiftERP can run any print shop and our Durst workflow RIP can run any print machine.”

At FESPA 2023, Durst released a new plug-in as part of its software solutions within the e-Commerce field to provide personalisation on print products.

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