British software specialist Global Graphics Software has joined Ghent Workgroup, an international organization made up of graphic arts users, associations and developers building best practices for publishing and packaging workflows.
The Ghent Workgroup makes recommendations and specifications make it easy for increasing numbers of professionals around the world to successfully create, process, and exchange graphic art files for numerous applications. Being a member of the group provides the ability to influence and set industry standards and to network with an international group of experts.
‘We welcome the membership of Global Graphics to the Ghent Workgroup,’ said David Zwang, chairman of Ghent Workgroup. ‘As one of the largest developers of printing software platforms, they are at the leading edge of the transition to digital print across many applications. We look forward to their participation in the continued development of GWG efforts to help bring coordination and best practices to help drive the industry transition and growth.’
‘We are excited to join the Ghent Workgroup as we have always prided ourselves on the rendering accuracy of our technology. One of the reasons prospects choose to work with Global Graphics is the high quality and compliance of our technology with industry standards. To be able to say that we are compliant with the Ghent PDF Output Suite and to have a more formal association with them, makes perfect sense for us,’ commented Justin Bailey, managing director of Global Graphics Software.