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Efficiency and sustainability key focus of new Esko software release

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Esko has developed its latest software version specifically to improve the efficiency of packaging production while offering businesses even more opportunity to contribute towards a sustainable future.


The latest software version 23.11 underlines the company’s commitment to developing products that help accelerate the go to market of perfectly packaged goods, empowering businesses to connect systems and workflows, automate processes, and accelerate innovation.



‘We are dedicated to bringing to market innovative new ways for customers to unlock tangible value in their businesses, through improved ways of working, eradicating waste and optimising operational processes to overcome the challenges they face in today’s market,’ said Jan De Roeck, director of marketing, industry relations and strategy.


‘We look forward to presenting these newest features and showcasing the additional functionality of our software at a live webinar, where Esko product experts will demonstrate the advantages these latest developments deliver,’ he said. ‘This is an opportunity to discover how Esko innovations are helping make the packaging design and development process more connected and seamless than ever.’


Esko will be hosting a live webinar – planned for 13 November – providing a detailed look at each of the new tools and additional functions.


‘The industry is having to fundamentally change how it operates in order to meet the dual demands of sustainability and digitalisation,’ said Jan. ‘With this latest release, we are delivering on our promise of developing technology that enables customers to boost efficiency, reduce costs, minimise the risk of errors and improve their overall productivity, empowering them to overcome the challenges they face today, and preparing them for those they will face in the future.’


The new Esko Release 23.11 will be formally launched at a live webinar event on Thursday, 13 November. To register for the free event, just click here



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