Esko partners with Amagoo to support packaging automation strategy

Esko has entered into an exclusive partnership with Swiss packaging prepress solutions distributor Amagoo, to support packaging businesses on their journey of digital transformation with Esko-powered software.

“Amagoo specialises in delivering complex packaging projects to its customers in an efficient way,” said Christopher Weber, Esko Director of Software Solutions for the region. “The company’s premedia service portfolio focuses on delivering constant high quality and consistency to different pack formats within the same product line, as well as lowering costs and ensuring optimum throughput. This is why they are the perfect supply partners for Esko.”

Weber continues, “Amagoo has been a certified reseller since 2018 across Switzerland, Austria and Germany and has now entered into a new partnership agreement in which they will exclusively supply Esko products to their customer base. Under the partnership, Amagoo will be selling enterprise solutions such as Automation Engine workflow software and WebCenter packaging management platform from its base in Arbon, Switzerland. Amagoo works with its customers to integrate Esko solutions into existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and sets up easy-to-use workflows to deliver a smart, user-friendly and automated way of working.

Dieter Janout, Chief Executive Officer, Amagoo said, “Our mission is to provide outstanding services and simplify our customers’ lives. Esko leads the way in delivering innovative automation solutions for packaging prepress, and we are pleased to be cementing our relationship with this new exclusive distribution agreement. While many in the industry have already begun their digital journey, the recent pandemic has highlighted the importance of workflow automation and enhanced connectivity. Businesses around the world have discovered that automation is a key aid in maintaining uninterrupted operations when faced with issues such as staff absences or on-site workforce restrictions.”

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