Troika Systems Ltd., the market leader in quality control analysis management systems for the print industry, has launched a new website to reflect its future vision and product range growth.
The website, www.troika-systems.com, has a fresh, contemporary appearance and includes new content about the company’s expanding product portfolio to appeal to its global customer base, as well as external audiences.
With dedicated sections for pre-press, flexo and gravure printers and engraving and coatings, visitors to the site can easily navigate their way to products and services which are relevant to them and find out more about Troika’s cutting-edge solutions for the industry.
Phil Hall, managing director at Troika, said: “Troika is striving to be an innovative, forward-thinking company not only in the products we design and develop but in how we communicate and interact with our customers, suppliers and the general public.
“The business is going from strength to strength so it is vital that our website, our front door to the company, is able to showcase our growing capabilities for the print industry.”
Troika designs and develops a range of state-of-the-art quality control 3D management systems for the print industry to drive operational efficiency and continuous improvement.
Implementing Troika technology into pre-press and the print process has numerous benefits including increased press productivity, reduced consumables waste in the press shop, production consistency which drives brand owner satisfaction and loyalty, and increased converter competitiveness and profitability.
The company has developed and enhanced its product range during 2015 and has new developments planned to be launched prior to DRUPA 2016. In December, Troika celebrated after selling its 700th AniCAM 3D scanning microscope, which has set new standards in the measuring of anilox rolls, gravure cylinders and flexographic plates, with a solution that ensures the rolls, cylinders or plates are in specification and optimum condition to minimise waste and variability, improving production efficiency.