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FUJIFILM partners Solimar for workflow solutions in Asia Pacific

FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific announced its partnership with Solimar Systems, Inc. to provide a comprehensive suite of workflow solutions for production printing and digital communications to the Asia Pacific region.

Businesses in the transactional and direct mail printing industries, as well as commercial and industrial printing, will now be able to utilise the Solimar Chemistry Platform to streamline their production workflows, optimise print files, reduce costs, and shorten job turnaround times.

In addition, the solution offers flexible and scalable workflow tools like document transformation, re-engineering, job tracking, and print management that easily integrates into FUJIFILM Business Innovation's graphic communication products portfolio.

“Our new relationship with FUJIFILM Business Innovation takes the support we can offer customers to the next level. While living in a highly connected world, in-region support in the local language adds significant value to the customer experience,” said Mary Ann Rowan, Chief Experience Officer at Solimar Systems. “With FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific, we have a partner committed to providing premium print and e-delivery solutions along with exceptional customer service making this alliance an exciting milestone.”

“We are confident that this partnership will enable us to bring many additional benefits to both new and existing customers,” said Scott Mackie, General Manager, Graphic Communication Business Group at FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific. “Solimar Systems has a robust portfolio of workflow enhancing solutions and, at a time when many companies are looking to improve and streamline their production processes, their software enables our customers to maximise the already advanced capabilities of our technology for even greater productivity.”

Solimar’s Chemistry platform optimises and drives a variety of print and electronic workflows including transactional and direct mail printing, accessibility, archive services, digital delivery and secure communications.

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