Starting as a commercial printing company, Borns Group has continued to expand its capabilities, product offerings, services, and reach through strategic technology acquisitions and modernizing processes that include standardizing on PDF and selecting a PDF-centric print workflow platform from Solimar Systems.
With the aim of reducing costs and making information available more quickly, the HDI (Talanx) has launched a large-scale project for the internal and external digitization of its customer communications. The focus is on standardizing output management and embedding individual correspondence in the central dispatch system. In addition to significant postage savings, Germany’s third-largest insurer also achieved higher process reliability in document creation and processing.
For every document it processes, Avaloq Outline in Switzerland checks to see whether it can be delivered as an email, an eBill, or in another electronic format rather than by regular mail. It’s proof the document and output management service provider is decisively driving digital transformation. The service platform’s core is a modern BUS architecture based on API services and standard services that are easy to configure and can be scaled.
Mele Printing, the largest commercial printer in the metro New Orleans area, continually strives to leverage the latest advances in technology and provide the best possible service to their client base.
Working with the Solimar Systems team, Mele Printing determined that a solution based on Solimar’s modular Rubika® post-composition solution provided the optimum system workflow for their PDF production needs.