eProductivity Software (ePS) has announced its line-up for Connect 2023 that takes place in January.

Gabriel (Gaby) Matsliach, chief executive officer of ePS, says, “We can’t bring our vision for an evolved ePS Connect event to life without ensuring our incredible industry partners are front and centre, from leading hardware and software suppliers to the associations and educational institutions that are indispensable to the success of our industry.”

The event runs from January 23-26 at the Wynn in Las Vegas. Leading industry players signed up for Connect included headline sponsors Ricoh, HP, and Agfa Offset.

Petar Obradovic, worldwide director for software solutions at HP Indigo, says, “We are pleased to participate in the 2023 ePS Connect conference and feature the new integration of the HP Indigo digital press portfolio with ePS Print and Packaging ERP systems (Pace and Radius). Automation is the key to our customer’s profitable growth and the expanded integration will accelerate their speed to market by delivering more jobs, faster and with increased control.”

Derrick Rankin, vice president fo professional services, software and strategic solutions at Ricoh USA, says, “ePS Connect has developed a reputation of bringing together the brightest minds in print to collaborate and innovate to move our industry forward.

“At Ricoh, we build solutions and services that enable printers to produce impactful, relevant print and digital communications powered by intelligent information. Events like this give us yet another opportunity to connect with organizations to solve their business problems. We’re looking forward to an exciting show.”

Offset tools on show

Agfa Offset will participate at Connect for the first time to show how printers “optimise their production flow by integrating the powertools of ePS and Agfa Offset”.

Guy Desmet, head of marketing at Agfa Offset, says, “The integration of these solutions nicely fits in our ECO3 concept to reduce costs and improve the customer experience. Connect allows customers and users to engage in discussion with Agfa Offset and ePS on how they envision data and content need to connect to further increase production efficiency.”

Software enabled

Software and enabling technologies partners at Connect include headline sponsor ISCorp, Esko, Hybrid Software, EFI Fiery, OneVision, Progress, Loyalty Loop, Picsart, PlanProphet, and Van Data.

Melissa Plemen, senior director for inside sales and marketing at Esko, says, “At ePS Connect, we will demonstrate how Esko has developed its latest software with the catalogue of potentially crippling industry challenges in mind, bringing to market new technological developments that will help businesses form a foundation to identify waste, mitigate risk and optimize opportunity while preparing for the predicted megatrends of 2023.”

Tim Roloff, vice president of business development for ISCorp, says, “ISCorp is thrilled to again participate in this year’s Connect event. Our security-focused cloud option for the packaging and print suites is proving to be a business differentiator for our customers. It offers a reliable, high-performant option that enables our customers to put focus back on their business, not on IT. We look forward to seeing everyone in Las Vegas.”

Connect educational sponsors include California Polytechnic State University and Clemson University. Industry assoications supporting Connect include Printing United Alliance, the Flexible Packaging Association, the Tag and Labels Manufacturers Institute, and Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation.

Connect will also run specialised sessions organised and taught by industry thought leaders Pat McGrew and Ryan McAbee. They will cover workflow requirements and capitalising on market trends.

What: ePS CONNECT 2023
When: January 23-26, 2023
Where: Las Vegas
Registration: www.eProductivitySoftware.com

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