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The Ghent Workgroup proudly welcomes new member Tech Research, a subsidiary of TagG Informatique

Ghent Workgroup continues to bring experts from around the world together to build specifications and best practices for publishing, print, and packaging workflows as it welcomes new member Tech Research, a subsidiary of TagG Informatique, one of the ten largest French variable data printing companies.

Tech Research, a subsidiary of TagG Informatique, benefits from the experience of its parent company in variable data printing. Its mission is to create and develop business applications for the digital print industry. For more than 15 years, Tech Research has provided digital printing solutions. Its skills are especially recognized for its fully scalable high-speed printing controllers supporting AFP, IPDS, PDF and PostScript format.
Julien Potiron, software developer at TagG, states: “One of our customers wanted to be compliant with the Ghent PDF Output suite and first talked to us about the GWG. We achieved that thanks to the detailed information we can find on the GWG website and the knowledge they share. Being a member will allow us to make this compliancy official and we’ll be able to help them in return on the variable data printing domain with the experience we have with IPDS/AFP.”
Various printer manufacturers and printer resellers like Riso, Xerox, Screen, Ricoh, BlueCrest, Domino ... have integrated and distributed it to their customers: an OEM solution developed by Tech Research with a RIP engine and a print Spooler for black & white as well as full color printers.
David Zwang, Chair of Ghent Workgroup adds: “As the use of variable data increases in both commercial and packaging print production, technologies like those of TagG Tech Research will become even more important. The need for ensuring standardized practices will ensure best ease of use and adoption. The GWG welcomes Tech Research and their collaboration.”
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