500th Durst Workflow Software installed

Durst Group has completed the 500th customer installation of its Workflow Software.

This milestone highlights Durst Group’s transformation from a press manufacturer to a solutions provider (‘Pixel to Output’) in the digital printing industry. Founded in 2019, the Durst Software & Solutions Division now has more than 60 employees and has developed Durst Workflow, a comprehensive software solution that is also open to third-party providers, and successfully integrated it into its customers’ production.

Michael Deflorian, Business Unit Manager, Durst Software & Solutions, explains, “We are proud that more than 500 customers from different sectors rely on our workflow solution. With the help of their feedback, we try to improve our products every day to offer the best software ecosystem for the digital printing industry.”

Durst Workflow is the high-end solution for fully automated management of pre-press and production tasks. Originally developed to provide the highest print quality for Durst printing systems, it is now also available for third-party printing systems. The complete browser-based solution has a user-friendly interface that allows the entire PDF workflow to be fully automated. Durst Workflow integrates seamlessly with the customer’s existing software environment, enabling a higher level of automation. Thanks to preconfigured corrections, data preparation is faster and more efficient, and the integrated, powerful colour engine guarantees exact colour accuracy right from the start. With Durst Workflow, it is possible to print more while using less ink, thanks to predefined colour saving profiles that can be applied with just one click.

Serge Clauss, Product Manager, Durst Software & Solutions, adds, “We develop software solutions that help our customers make their prepress and production processes more predictable and productive. Reaching 500 users with our Durst Workflow solution is a clear statement that we are meeting our customers’ expectations.”

Left to right: Serge Clauss and Michael Deflorian.

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