Software solutions provider Sai has announced that its Flexi wide-format printing and signmaking software has received certification from HP for use with its Latex 300 Printer series.
This includes the HP Latex 315, 335, 365 and 375 printers and follows the recent certification of all printers in HP’s Latex 500 series portfolio. The company says that, for users, this provides maximum control over output speed and ensures quality prints, while also supporting accelerated time-to-market and reduced production costs.
Sarit Tichon, senior vice president, worldwide sales and marketing for Sai, says, “SAi is proud to announce that we are not simply releasing drivers for HP’s latest Latex printers, but importantly, drivers that are fully certified – something that demonstrates the strong and long-standing relationship that we continue to enjoy with HP.””
HP has upgraded the firmware for its exiting 300 series and 500 series printers. To support the new HP firmware, SAi has released a new matching software build, SAi FlexiPrint 12 Build, which includes HP certified drivers in FlexiPrint HP basic, premium and Sign-pro editions.
The latest SAi software benefits include better support for printing simultaneously to multiple devices. Operators also have support for the new HP Online Media Manager server, ink prediction, continuous job printing support, and easier network device location.
All new orders of SAi FlexiPrint 12 Basic, Premium and Sign Pro editions will include the newest HP Latex drivers and upgraded features. Current users with existing builds of FlexiPrint 12 HP Edition can upgrade for free. Users will receive a notification with instructions about upgrading when they run their software.
Tichon adds, “SAi is an HP Platinum Level HP Partner, a deserved status that recognizes the quality and compatibility of SAi RIP solutions with specified printers. This means that print providers using HP printers with SAi certified drivers can be assured that their hardware and software will work seamlessly together, which results in a more streamlined workflow and reduced production costs for their businesses.”