DFlow to join dscoop in Indianapolis next week

Above: Trent Nankervis and Ben Green from DFLOW at the recent Currie Group Open House in Sydney

DFlow’s Trent Nankervis will join the HP dscoop event in Indianapolis next week to showcase a new print platform.

“We are happy to disclose our involvement with dscoop as service providers for a new print transfer platform called dscoopEx (exchange),” Nankervis said.

“DFlow will be the software system behind a worldwide print job exchange for HP printers. The ultimate goal is to create a protected environment where print contracts can be fulfilled worldwide using dscoopEx and IT systems provided by Dflow Australia.

“This will enable reductions in delivery costs, consistent print quality for brand buyer requirements and most importantly, reduced environmental detriments via distribution of print production localised to its delivered origin.

DFlow is sold on a software as a service (SAAS) basis to print manufacturers globally. DFlow is seeking to be the global ‘standard’ for the integration of converting digital files via automatic workflows, production logistics, planning and delivery of physical printed and imaged products.

The dscoop event describes itself as the “idea-sharing, continually-advancing community of 16,000 HP Industrial Print and Large Format customers and partners, offering the ultimate collaborative environment offering tools, training and networking focused on business growth and problem solving”.

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