June 27, 2019
Talking about the acquisition, the OEM explained that OneFlow Systems has been an important HP partner, working closely with the company to co-develop a suite of simple to use, innovative features such as the HP PrintOS Site Flow apps and API, designed end-to-end to make online print ordering simple.
First demonstrated at drupa 2016 and based on insights from publishers and book printers, HP also worked with OneFlow Systems to develop HP Piazza, a suite of cloud-based services designed to reinvent book publishing and distribution designed for a ‘print to order, direct to consumer’ model, while holding zero inventory.
“The demand for simple, scalable, on-demand printing continues to grow with publishers and brands, and the addition of OneFlow Systems underscores a massive productivity opportunity for commercial printers,“ said Santi Morera, General Manager and Global Head, Graphics Solutions Business, HP Inc. “OneFlow Systems complements our industry-leading workflow automation solutions and will help us continue to drive digital print momentum for customers.”
The OneFlow Systems transaction is subject to customary closing conditions. Financial terms were not disclosed.
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