Esko Partners With Comexi


Esko extended its partnership with Comexi. Under the partnership, Esko is collaborating with Comexi’s Manel Xifra Boada Technological Centre to train and certify Comexi staff to help them transition from a press sale to a solutions sale that provides customers with a broader set of products, services, knowledge, training and support by sharing unique Esko expertise in colour, plate making, workflow and more.

This will lead to higher customer satisfaction, successful installations and fast production start-up as requested by converters.

‘We are pleased to be consulting and guiding Comexi in this effort,’ said Francoise Coudert, Solutions Architect at Esko. ‘We have already certified two key Comexi team members in FlexProof/E and Colour Engine, and they have also received full training in all Equinox modules. This gives them the in-depth knowledge required to advise and support customer implementations and to establish and help customers achieve benchmarks.’

‘This partnership with Esko and the resulting ColorFlex bundle is a critical element of our growth strategy,’ said David Centelles, Corporate Marketing and Technological Centre Director at Comexi.

In this regard, the consultancy of the Manel Xifra Boada Technological Centre in the field of prepress is reflected by the launch of the CingularMatch I. Also known as ColorFlex, this optional product developed by Comexi is offered to converters in order to achieve stabilisation of colour parameters from the very beginning of the process. This service is available with the purchase of a flexographic machine or in already installed equipment.

As a result of the partnership and accompanying training and certification process, the CingularMatch I includes:
• Technical colour seminar.
• Training and guidance programme for flexo and colour standardisation.
• A Colour Excellence bundle that will be delivered with each Comexi press and training.

The advantages the CingularMatch I system offers to converters are: greater reliability during colour testing, efficiency of the four-colour adjustment, guarantee of the repeatability of jobs, colour settling times, minimisation during job changeover and process standardisation.

In addition, Comexi is also trained in Esko Equinox and PressSync, ensuring the company has all knowledge to support joint customers in optimising the digital process for conventional presses, offset and flexo, from Comexi.

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