Onyx Graphics was recognized nationally this week at the International Sign Expo (ISA) for best Business Solutions and Software by a panel of industry experts in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. ISA 2017 provided the first reveal of ONYX SiteSolutions, a portfolio of products that take a unique approach to giving business owners accurate information about their print jobs, costs and productivity across their entire site.
“We’re excited to receive this award in light of our reveal of complete site solutions…” – says Bryan Manwaring, Director of Product Marketing at Onyx Graphics, Inc., “…it’s great to be recognized by such an influential group like ISA for our commitment to providing the industry leading business solutions for print shops of all sizes. We’re thankful to our teams of in-house developers who have made this kind of solution possible for our customers.”
Onyx Graphics happily accepted this award at the ISA Chairman’s Reception in Las Vegas on Thursday, April 20th. In attendance to receive the award was Bryan Manwaring – Director of Product Marketing, Kevin Murphy – President & CEO, Ed Thompson – Product Manager, and Matt Crawford – Territory Sales Manager (pictured below).
ONYX SiteSolutions comprises three key focus areas: print production, workflow connectors and smart data. Print production utilizes ONYX Thrive, on our award-winning, latest version ONYX 12.1, providing benchmark RIP speeds, increased automation, integrated ink savings and G7 verification across devices. ONYX Connect provides a simple, developer interface connecting existing business tools to ONYX software for efficient streamlined workflows. ONYX Hub is the newest and most powerful business tool bringing smart data from our innovative Print Data Platform for real-time print production data, ink/media reporting and job histories, so that business owners can make better decisions to increase profitability.
To find out more about how ONYX SiteSolutions will change your business, click here.
Pictured left to right: Bryan Manwaring, Kevin Murphy, ISA Chairman Jeff Young, Ed Thompson, Matt Crawford.