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Perigord explains the importance of compliant, validated artwork and labelling solutions in the pharmaceutical sector

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

The number of pharmaceutical product recalls are growing. Some estimates show that over 50% of recalls are related to pharmaceutical packaging artwork and labelling.

How many times have we heard these statistics over the last 20 years? And yet nothing changes.

The bottom line is that if there is an error with pharmaceutical artwork, the patient can die. The absence of regulatory requirements within the pharmaceutical industry regarding the production of artwork is indicative of the lack of focus often given to this process.

There is increased pressure to improve operational performances and reduce the level of human error. If we make it easy for someone to make a mistake, they will. We need to make it easy to get it right first time.

To do this we have to take a realistic look at the challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry over the next five to ten years which will impact the artwork process and determine what robust innovative measures we should take to ensure these recall figures don’t spiral out of control.

Attitudes towards artwork management within the supply chain need to change. There should be a focus on quality driven systems to enable continuous technological developments facilitate the automation and standardisation required to prevent mistakes.

Industry analysis

Firstly we need to look at some of the key aspects of the pharmaceutical industry that are driving change.

1. Mergers & Acquisitions in the healthcare sector set a new record in 2015 of $724 billion. As a result, the agile and secure management of digital artwork assets has become a key strategic focus. 

2. Serialisation will result in a combination of more artwork content and stricter directives governing readability. This combined with reduced print space will drive an unprecedented demand for regulated artwork services and management systems over the next 5 years. 

3. Product proliferation leads to significantly increased frequency of artworking events and far greater complexities in managing the artworking processes with many companies having reached or exceeded their capability to manage the process internally. 

4. As a result of the patent cliff, a single innovative pharmaceutical product which has lost patent protection is being replaced with new generic products globally, leading to an exponential growth in demand for outsourced artwork solutions. 

What needs to be done?

Why do we accept high levels of inaccuracy when we can standardise how artwork is created and automate how it’s managed?

Pharmaceutical companies need to understand how their present artwork processes should change to facilitate these future drivers. To navigate accurately through these changes a proactive and systematic approach to artwork is crucial. Companies have to ask themselves if the artwork process is clearly defined, optimised and quality driven.

Managing artwork for the pharmaceutical industry is a very specialised, niche service which can only be properly controlled by a GMP compliant partner. If using a vendor, it is critical to develop a partnership to ensure all aspects of the artwork supply chain are controlled and agile to meet the challenges of the industry.

The two fundamental areas which need to be addressed are the physical production of the artwork and the management of the artwork process.

Artwork production 

Perigord recommends a one touch process in building compliant artwork which increases efficiency, reduces costs and minimises risk through fewer stages, thus eliminating the historical prepress stage. Effectively this means that artwork is built to high quality standards (and print ready) and the layer structure and font integrity is maintained throughout the approval cycle. Perigord ensures this process sits in a robust quality management system with a change management procedure that facilitates the efficiencies to be gained through the introduction of automated technology. 

Artwork management systems 

The most obvious way to remove the dangers of human error is to automate. Managing the amount of stakeholders and the input they have in this complex process by email is inconsistent with every company’s objective of getting product to market on time and right first time. This needs to be replaced by a highly configurable system that can be easily adapted to align with a customer's current and future processes, giving the flexibility of a systematic approach to managing products and product related information. 

In summary, reducing the number of recalls in the pharmaceutical industry requires better regulation, improved operational procedures and a change of attitude towards artwork production and management. The challenges that lie ahead have been identified, all we need now is to face them head on, in a controlled GMP fashion.

References

1 - http://www.xtalks.com/Pharmaceutical-Packaging-Management.ashx

2 - http://news.yahoo.com/global-mergers-acquisitions-volume-hits-record-2015-163303085.html 

Release of future proofed Artwork Lifecycle Management System by Perigord leads way for Life Science companies

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Dublin, Ireland, 31 March, 2016.

Perigord has officially launched the latest release of their proprietary innovative software, GLAMS (Global Artwork Management System).  GLAMS 4,  a configurable Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, presents a comprehensive artwork lifecycle management offering, coupled with fully integrated web forms and Business Intelligence Reporting capabilities.

Giving all stakeholders and customers in the artwork management process full control, by linking them through automatic emails and alerts, GLAMS 4’s end-to-end digital workflow allows customers to intelligently search and quickly distribute their artwork assets.

GLAMS - Connecting Stakeholders

GLAMS - Connecting Stakeholders


GLAMS 4 offers a platform for multiple modules and, as it is web based, it is a light touch application, providing future proofed software for Life Science customers.

Keeping the Life Science customer in mind, GLAMS 4 has been developed in compliance with GAMP 5 guidelines, is fully validated and allows 24/7 global access. In addition and in order to deliver a unified environment, GLAMS 4 can be seamlessly integrated to existing ERP/PLM systems.

Speaking of the launch, Perigord’s Head of Professional Services, Sam Cole says “We are delighted to be in a position to launch GLAMS 4. This web based artwork management solution is ready and available to be rolled out in both existing and future GLAMS customers. Our platform is a Configurable Off The Shelf (COTS) solution, enabling exciting upgrades in the future for all customers.

About Perigord

Perigord are specialists in the provision of artwork and labelling outsource services and management solutions to the Life Science Industries globally. Perigord’s unique combination of offerings and technical expertise, coupled with our ability to continually deliver Right First Time artwork, offers the Life Science Industries the perfect solution for outsourced artwork production.

Perigord’s flagship software product GLAMS (Global Artwork Management Software) is a web-based Life Science Artwork Management Solution, developed and designed to control and manage artwork through the artwork lifecycle. 

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Perigord build platform for global growth with significant investment from BDO Development Capital Fund

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Dublin, Ireland, 12 February 2016.

Perigord, a leader in the European life science packaging artwork management sector, today announced it has secured a development capital investment from the BDO Development Capital Fund to accelerate the company’s global expansion.  With the life sciences sector now facing post patent cliff complexities (including unprecedented M&A activity, generic drug proliferation and product serialisation to combat counterfeiting) the pharma packaging sector will witness significant growth in the coming 5 year period. 

Perigord secures global funding
From L-R: Andrew Bourg (left), Investment Director, Development Capital, Sinead Heaney, Investment Director, Development Capital, Alan Leamy (right),  CEO, Perigord

Employing over 100 people, Perigord is aiming to lead new developments in the sector.  From its base in Dublin, which services the European market, Perigord plans to upgrade and open the new hubs in America, Asia and Latin America.  This world-wide footprint will facilitate the creation of a global platform to service the life sciences sector and deliver true global solutions. 

The funding for Perigord was secured from the BDO Development Capital Fund, a fund supported by Enterprise Ireland (an Irish Government Agency), Bank of Ireland and leading Irish Corporates CRH, Glanbia and Glen Dimplex. The Fund invests development and growth capital in ambitious companies to support their export growth plans. The funding will be used to build out Perigord’s global network and respond to existing demand to provide artwork solutions under global supply agreements.

Perigord has a clear plan to realise its ambition to globalise the company and achieve a dominant market share in the highly regulated sector in which it operates.  Competing against multinational competitors, Perigord has successfully built strong relationships with many of the world’s leading global pharmaceutical businesses and the company’s sole focus on the pharma and life sciences industry has enabled it to achieve a compelling competitive market position.

Speaking about the company’s plans, Perigord CEO, Alan Leamy said:

"This investment from the BDO Development Capital Fund will enable us to build on the success achieved to date which is thanks to our team of highly talented & committed people in Perigord, the external support of Enterprise Ireland and the support of our customers.  We look forward to working with our new partners in Development Capital to increase our global scale and service the global life sciences sector as it goes through significant changes in the coming 5 year period.

We have a proven track record with some of the world’s leading pharma companies and we can now build on our European success with expansion right across the world."

Also speaking was Sinead Heaney, Investment Director, Development Capital, who said:

"The BDO Development Capital Fund supports businesses which demonstrate the ambition, capability and strategy to deliver global expansion and achieve market leading positions. Perigord has all these qualities and we look forward to our partnership to assist them achieve their international expansion plans."

Helen Ryan, former CEO of Creganna who is an Advisory Panel Member of the BDO Development Capital Fund also commented

"Perigord is an excellent example of the type of company the fund is seeking to support. The life science sector is experiencing significant growth and we look forward to working with Perigord to unlock this growth potential by assisting the company to build a truly global network."


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Perigord announces appointment of new Head of Professional Services

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Dublin, Ireland, December 9, 2015.

Perigord, the global leader in Life Science artwork solutions, recently appointed Sam Cole as their Head of Professional Services.

Cole, who previously worked for Schawk’s software division, Blue Software, as their Consulting Services Manager EMEA, joined Perigord in October as Head of Professional Services and will be responsible for overseeing the GLAMS (Global Artwork Management System) software department.  GLAMS modular system connects all the stakeholders in a customer’s artwork production process including new products, engineering, purchasing, marketing and external contract vendors.

We are delighted to welcome Sam on board,’ said Paul Leamy, CTO. “His consulting, process mapping and configuration experience coupled with his previous excellent track record as a senior manager in Schawk, will prove an integral link between Perigord’s software division and our customers. Perigord look forward to working with him to promote GLAMS as the number 1 Life Science Artwork Management Solution.”

Cole recognises the challenges for Artwork Management Solutions particularly from the perspective of regulatory requirements as well as technology and innovation advancements and understands that at Perigord customer service is of the utmost importance.

“Moving to Perigord represents an exceptional opportunity for me, in particular at this time of development and expansion,” said Cole.  “I am excited and happy to be part of the substantial growth taking place in Perigord, by working with the GLAMS team to bring our flagship product to the next level. Perigord’s focus on the Life Science sector is second to none and my mission is to apply my regulatory industry knowledge to the end-to-end digital workflow management in order to cement these relationships.”

 

About Perigord

Perigord’s flagship software product GLAMS (Global Artwork Management Software) is a web-based Life Science Artwork Management Solution, developed and designed to control and manage artwork through the artwork lifecycle.  Connecting all stakeholders in the process, GLAMS has been developed to GAMP 5 standards, is fully validatable and allows 24/7 global access.

Perigord are specialists in the provision of artwork and labelling outsource services and management solutions to the Life Science Industries globally.  Perigord’s unique combination of offerings and technical expertise, coupled with our ability to continually deliver Right First Time artwork, offers the Life Science Industries the perfect solution for outsourced artwork production.

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Perigord showcases rebrand, dynamic new website and revamped logo

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Dublin, Ireland, October 28, 2015.

Perigord, an Irish owned Life Science artwork and labelling outsource services and management solutions provider, are delighted to announce the launch of their new brand identity, dynamic website and updated logo.

Perigord’s focus has long been on the Life Science Industries, with their strengths lying in its pharmaceutical knowledge, its high quality standards and commitment to customer satisfaction.  This rebranding exercise illustrates Perigord’s ongoing pledge to their Life Science customers, assisting them with the delivery of quality artwork, operational excellence and GMP compliant processes, whilst keeping production costs at a minimum.


“Our rebranding reflects the next phase of Perigord’s evolution with the new logo representing our three pillar offering: Artwork Services, Artwork Process Solutions and Artwork Management Software (GLAMS) for the Life Science Industries,” says Alan Leamy, CEO. “This decision to rebrand also ties into our current expansion, as we strive to become the number one artwork solutions provider to the Life Science Industries.”

The redesigned website demonstrates a fresh approach for Perigord, utilising a responsive, easy to navigate design, with a strong pharmaceutical theme running throughout.

 

About Perigord

Perigord are specialists in the provision of artwork and labelling outsource services and management solutions to the Life Science Industries globally.  Perigord’s unique combination of offerings and technical expertise, coupled with our ability to continually deliver Right First Time artwork, offers the Life Science Industries the perfect solution for outsourced artwork production.

Perigord’s flagship software product GLAMS (Global Artwork Management Software) is a web-based Life Science Artwork Management Solution, developed and designed to control and manage artwork through the artwork lifecycle.  Connecting all stakeholders in the process, GLAMS has been developed to GAMP 5 standards, is fully validatable and allows 24/7 global access.

www.perigord-as.com

 

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Perigord appoints ex Astron CEO as Chairman

Friday, October 31, 2014

Dublin, Ireland. 31-October-2014. Perigord Premedia, a leader in the delivery of outsourced artwork packaging solutions for life science industries has appointed David Mitchell as its non-executive chairman effective from 31-October-2014.

Mr Mitchell founded Astron, a provider of document management solutions and associated business process outsourcing services in 1996, following a management buyout of three print related businesses. He oversaw the dynamic and robust growth of this business leading to its sale to RR Donnelley, the world’s largest print group in 2005 for US $1 Billion. Mr Mitchell is currently a director of UK venture capital firm, 24 Haymarket Limited.

Commenting on his appointment, Alan Leamy, Perigord's CEO stated, ‘We are delighted to welcome David to the board. We are very enthusiastic about working with him and benefiting from his outstanding track record, experience and skills in scaling companies like our own."

David Mitchell commented, "I'm delighted to have been appointed chairman of Perigord. This is an exciting business with innovative offerings which is well positioned to exploit the growth potential for artwork management solutions in Pharma. I have been impressed with the hunger and energy of the management team and I am very much looking forward to working with them in this vital period of their growth journey"

About Perigord

Founded in 1976, Perigord Premedia provide global packaging artwork and software solutions to many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical & healthcare companies. They lead the industry in compliant artwork production services and count 6 of the world's top 10 pharma companies as clients. Perigord’s flagship software product GLAMS is a web-based Artwork Management System that has been developed to manage and streamline the artwork process from concept through to printing. It places total control over artwork assets in the customer’s hands, enabling greater compliance within the clients supply chain process while at the same time accelerating client’s time to market.

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Ireland’s Perigord Group first to achieve new quality standard

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Perigord Group, a global artwork production agency has become the first company in Europe to be certified to PS 9000:2011 for software design and development.  

Dublin, Ireland, 31 July 2012. Perigord Group, a global artwork production agency has become the first company in Europe to be certified to PS 9000:2011 for software design and development. PS9000:2011 has been developed by the Pharmaceutical Quality Group for suppliers of packaging materials and origination/artwork to the pharmaceutical industry.

In addition to software design and development, Perigord’s PS9000:2011 accreditation also covers artwork services, lithographic and digital printing and direct mailing enabling them to offer a unique combined service package to the sector.

According to group’s quality manager Suzanne Ivory, ‘the introduction of artwork management software solutions coupled with innovative artwork services has been a game changer for the pharmaceutical & healthcare industry. At a time when pharmaceutical companies are competing more aggressively for market share, particularly in emerging markets, artwork management software leverages the inherent efficiencies of the internet in a new generation packaging solution that provides pharmaceuticals companies with greater cost efficiencies, reduced lead times and reduced risk of product recall.’

Perigord’s flagship software product GLAMS is a web-based Artwork Management System that was developed to manage and streamline the artwork process from concept through to printing. It places total control over artwork in the customer’s hands, enabling better management of costs and accelerating the customer’s time to market.

GLAMS creates a central online storage area that accepts all files using recognised industry standards, to provide a single point of proof. The system allows all involved parties to participate directly in the labelling and packaging lifecycle to generate artwork in a unified tracking and management flow. GLAMS integrates with all aspects of the artwork life cycle according to and in compliance with relevant industry standards and the customer’s specific needs.

The Perigord group now deliver global services from three artwork hubs, strategically located in Dublin, Connecticut and Singapore which enables them to deliver a 24/7 ‘follow the sun’ service. Their range of artwork services include production & change management, design & creation, image retouching & manipulation, advert creation & digital distribution, automatic artwork generation and template creation and management.

ENDS

About the Perigord Group

Founded in 1976, the Perigord Group now provides high quality, cost efficient artwork services and software to many leading pharmaceutical & healthcare companies. With headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, and with artwork production hubs in Dublin, Connecticut & Singapore and sales offices in Sacramento, USA, Christchurch, New Zealand and Sao Paulo, Brazil the group’s pharmaceutical and healthcare customers now account for in excess of 70% of its annual revenue.

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Effective Artwork Management Key to Reducing the Risk of Pharmaceutical Product Recall.

Friday, September 09, 2011

Dublin, Ireland, September, 2011.

It has been well documented that the costs associated with pharmaceutical packaging can represent up to 70% of the cost of the finished product. In addition industry experts estimate that between 35 to 40 percent of all pharmaceutical product recalls are attributed to packaging and labeling errors and omissions. In fact, a recent report by AMR Research revealed that in a six-month period last year, the Food and Drug Administration statistics include 455 product recall notices, 51 percent of which were because of mislabeling, and 13 percent were because of faulty packaging.

In terms of artwork and packaging, expanding global markets mean pharmaceutical companies need to deal with localization issues such as language, cultural and regulatory requirements. The scramble for entry into the pharmerging markets, a phrase coined by market intelligence organisation IMS Health to describe emerging pharmaceutical markets, has also offered up some unique challenges.

Right First Time artwork and packaging can be crucial to entry into a new market or indeed the overall commercial success of a drug. Using the Perigord Group’s Artwork services and technology, GLAMS or Global Artwork Management System, companies can effectively manage and connect all stakeholders in the process including regulatory, marketing, affiliates, multiple artwork centers (both internal and external), approvers, procurement and print vendors.

GLAMS is a web-based Artwork Management System that was developed to manage and streamline the artwork process from concept through to printing. It places total control over artwork in the customer’s hands, enabling better management of costs and accelerating the customer’s time to market.

What’s more, GLAMS creates a central online storage area that accepts all files using recognized industry standards, to provide a single point of proof. GLAMS allows all involved parties to participate directly in the print production process to generate artwork in a unified tracking and management flow. GLAMS integrates with all aspects of the artwork life cycle according to and in compliance with relevant industry standards and the customer’s specific needs.

Autumn Releases

Perigord are set to unveil the latest features of GLAMS this autumn at events in London and Munich.

• Pharma Packaging and Labelling Europe 2011, 19th & 20th Sept, Munich, Germany.
• Pharma Labelling, 19-20th Oct, Covent Garden, London.
• Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labelling event, 2-3rd Nov, London.

Commenting on the new releases, Alan Leamy, Perigord Group, Chief Executive Officer said, “We’re looking forward to showcasing some exciting new features of GLAMS. Unlike other products in the market, our system has been validated and we believe this makes it a unique and best in class solution.

About Perigord

Perigord’s flagship software product GLAMS (Global Artwork Management Software) is a web-based Life Science Artwork Management Solution, developed and designed to control and manage artwork through the artwork lifecycle.  Connecting all stakeholders in the process, GLAMS has been developed to GAMP 5 standards, is fully validatable and allows 24/7 global access.

Perigord are specialists in the provision of artwork and labelling outsource services and management solutions to the Life Science Industries globally.  Perigord’s unique combination of offerings and technical expertise, coupled with our ability to continually deliver Right First Time artwork, offers the Life Science Industries the perfect solution for outsourced artwork production.

www.perigord-as.com

 

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Minister offers solidarity to Christchurch Irish company

Saturday, March 19, 2011
Christchurch, New Zealand, 19th March 2011

Minister Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Children, along with His Excellency Máirtín O'Fainín, Irish Ambassador for Australia took time on their recent visit to Christchurch, New Zealand to meet with a local office of Irish firm, Perigord Premedia.

The minister was presented with an outline of the firm’s products and took a keen interest in the group’s activities in the region. She also discussed the employees personal experience of the recent earthquake.

Pictured Saturday 19th March 2011 in Christchurch, New Zealand

Irish Minister Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Children, His Excellency Máirtín O'Fainín, Irish Ambassador for Australia, Bryce Monk & Colm McGrath of The Perigord Group

About Perigord Premedia

Perigord Premedia, www.perigordgroup.com, are a global artwork management company. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, the group has offices on the east and west coast of the USA and in the APAC region, Singapore and Christchurch, New Zealand. Founded in 1976, the group is a private company owned by Alan Leamy C.E.O and Paul Leamy C.T.O.

The group's cutting edge product GLAMS or Global Artwork Management System is a collaborative system, which connects all stakeholders in the creation of marketing and packaging materials and companies from all over the world are now using the solution to manage their brands, marketing and packaging assets.

Perigord Premedia are an Enterprise Ireland client company. Enterprise Ireland is the Government agency in Ireland responsible for supporting Irish businesses in the manufacturing and internationally traded service sectors. Specifically, Enterprise Ireland helps businesses to start-up, innovate and ultimately, to achieve global success.

About the Minister’s Visit

Minister Fitzgerald, accompanied by His Excellency Máirtín O'Fainín, Irish Ambassador for Australia, paid a one day visit to Chrishchurch on 19th March to meet with members of the Irish Community. The Minister also met with the family of one of the Irish victims, John O’ Connor, following the funeral.

The Minister conveyed condolences on behalf of the Government to the O’ Connor family, many of whom had travelled from Kerry for the service. While in Chrishchurch the Minister met with New Zealand Minister for Economic Development and Earthquake Recovery, Mr Gerry Brownlee, the first such meeting with the New Zealand Government.

The visit to Christchurch followed a five day visit to Australia where the Ministerial programme included economic, tourism and Irish community related events. The Minister also met with the Australian Minister for Schools, Early Childhood and Youth, Mr Peter Garrett and discussed child- related issues.

 

Fluent in 96 languages and offering global packaging solutions.

Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Dublin, Ireland, February 9th, 2011.

Chances are if you pick up a box of software almost anywhere in the world it’s been through the hands of an Irish company, Perigord Premedia. From it’s base in Dublin, the company has been working with many of the world's major software developers and global packaging producers, delivering their products in 96 languages, globally.

Perigord provide a fully project managed service which can broadly be divided into two phases, the first phase, internationalisation, encompasses the planning and preparation stages for a product that is built by design to support global markets. Country or language-specific content is stored so that it can be easily adapted at a later stage.

The second phase, localisation, refers to the actual adaptation of the product for a specific market. Perigord have developed a team of localisation experts which work together to provide a turnkey quality service, from the design and creation of a core language version to creating as many language versions as a customer requires. On completion of each phase, testing, including quality assurance, is performed to ensure that the product works properly and meets the client's quality expectations.

Founded in 1976, the companie's heritage lies in the print industry, today however, services delivered using technology account for in excess of 70% of the group's revenues. For example the firm’s GLAMS or Global Artwork Management System is now being used across four continents, in a total of 26 countries. GLAMS, is a web-based artwork management system that was developed to control and manage artwork from concept through to printing. It places total control over artwork in the customer’s hands, enabling better management of costs and accelerating the customer’s time to market.

The product creates a central online storage area that accepts all files using recognised industry standards to provide a single point of proof. GLAMS allows all involved parties to participate directly in the print production process and to generate artwork in a unified tracked and managed flow.

Ireland currently has its economic challenges but its export performance has become the envy of many, recording 6% growth in the last year together with a large and growing trade surplus. Ireland’s technology industry has been credited with much of this success.

‘Economic conditions in Ireland have been challenging but the fact that we have a global customer base has stood to us in recent times’, says Alan Leamy, C.E.O of the Perigord Premedia.

Perigord is an Enterprise Ireland client company, the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. Enterprise Ireland works in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales on global markets.

‘We invested heavily in research and development in recent times and worked closely with Enterprise Ireland. The agency has helped us identify and successfully infiltrate potential markets. We see our software products as the key to continued growth,’ Leamy said.

About Perigord Premedia

Perigord Premedia, www.perigordgroup.com, are a global artwork management company. Headquartered in Dublin, the group has offices on the east and west coast of the USA and in the APAC region, Singapore and Christchurch, New Zealand. Founded in 1976, the group is a private company owned by Alan Leamy C.E.O and Paul Leamy C.T.O.

The group's cutting edge product GLAMS or Global Artwork Management System is a collaborative system, which connects all stakeholders in the creation of marketing and packaging materials and companies from all over the world are now using the solution to manage their brands, marketing and packaging assets.


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