Summa has developed a new in-house software platform to support its product range.
The first software module within the GoSuite platform is called GoProduce and has been designed to facilitate the operator’s work on the F Series flatbed.
GoProduce offers the following functionalities:
- Flexible and tailored import of files to ensure a smooth print and cut workflow integration.
- Extensive material database which is able to automatically select the ideal tool and its setting based on the material.
- Integrated tutorials for direct support, also available on YouTube.
- Registration of square or round marks, supporting all RIPs and PDF formats and many more.
The software has been designed to be plug and play specifically, without any need for hardware installation. Users simply install the drivers, activate their subscription online and start operating.
Wim Maes, executive member of the board at Summa, said: “Summa is expanding its product range and is venturing into new markets. We’re convinced the software is the efficiency differentiator for companies to become even more productive. So, when we researched on how to grow our solutions’ portfolio with software, we realised we had the in-house expertise to start afresh and provide our customers with the consistent quality and customer service they expect from Summa. We’re proud to say we can fully tailor our software to our hardware to ensure our customers get to be as efficient and productive as possible.
“GoProduce is but the first step in the future direction of cutting and finishing. We aim to stay a frontrunner, by making sure software and hardware are fully aligned for the best profitability and operational stability for any customer in the large format, signage and textile markets. These software advances will future-proof the legendary performance our customers attribute to our solutions.”