Supremex Announces Date of Second Quarter 2017 Results Conference Call

Supremex Announces Date of Second Quarter 2017 Results Conference Call

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MONTREAL, July 24, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - Supremex Inc. (“Supremex” or the “Company”) (TSX: SXP), a leading North American manufacturer and marketer of a broad range of stock and custom envelopes and growing provider of packaging and specialty products, will release its results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2017, before market open on Tuesday, August 1, 2017. A conference call to discuss these results will be held on the same day, at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time).

Conference Call:

A live broadcast of the Conference Call will be available on the Company’s website, in the Investors section under Webcast.

To participate (professional investment community only) or to listen to the live conference call:

  • Local participants (Montreal area), dial into (514) 807-9895
  • North-American participants, dial toll-free 1 888 231-8191

A replay of the conference call will be available on the Company’s website in the Investors section under Webcast.

About Supremex

Supremex Inc. is a leading North American manufacturer and marketer of envelopes and growing provider of packaging and specialty products. Supremex operates facilities across seven provinces and three facilities in the United States and employs approximately 845 people. Supremex’ growing footprint allows it to efficiently manufacture and distribute paper and packaging solutions designed to the specifications of major national and multinational corporations, resellers, government entities, SMEs and solutions providers. For more information, please visit


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Canon Solutions America Expands its Colex Sharpcut Product Offering


Canon Solutions America Expands its Colex Sharpcut Product Offering

Two new flatbed cutter models offer new possibilities for print service providers

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MELVILLE, N.Y., July 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. today announced that two flatbed cutter models have been added to their Colex Sharpcut product offering. The Colex® Sharpcut™ Digital Finishing System was introduced last year as an entry-level cutting solution for customers looking to help grow their business through increased application capability. With the expansion of the finishing solution developed by Colex, Canon Solutions America aims to help provide dynamic workflow possibilities for every customer.

In addition to the Sharpcut SX3216 (5′ x 10′), Canon Solutions America now has commercially available the new Sharpcut SX1616 (5′ x 5′ table size, available with or without conveyor) and the Sharpcut SX3232C (10′ ½ x 10′ ½ table size, conveyor included) for super wide applications. These products are manufactured in the United States using the same technologies as the Sharpcut SX3216. Both models serve markets requiring automatic knife cutting, creasing, and routing operations at a competitive price point. Each model includes a fixed knife, oscillating knife with an optional 3HP router upgrade, and additional tools to customize the customer’s workflow, allowing the capability for a multitude of applications.

Examples of applications

  • Displays and POPs: 3-dimensional product displays by contour cutting, trimming, routing, and creasing for both rigid and flexible media
  • Packaging: Samples for corrugated, folding carton, foam, and other packaging needs are produced easily with automatic cutting and creasing
  • Graphics: 2-dimensional signs, decals, banners, outdoor exhibits, and intricate lettering can all be cut, trimmed, or routed within minutes
  • Textile and Fabric: Cut textiles, fabrics, and other fibrous materials with the Colex Sharpcut’s motorized fabric cutter

“The alliance with Colex has allowed us to offer our customers robust equipment that complements Canon technology and paves the way for new revenue opportunities,” said Sal Sheikh, vice president, Marketing, Large Format Solutions, Canon Solutions America. “Collaborating with Colex has brought tremendous success for our customers and we are excited to introduce the SX1616 and SX3232C to the product lineup.”


  • Short set-up time with multi-tool head positions and modules
  • Excellent throughput, productivity, and speed without sacrificing quality
  • The ability to produce a wide range of applications on a variety of unique materials
  • Three modules to help manage a wide range of versatile tools

The Colex Sharpcut Series combines versatility, speed, and accuracy at an affordable price, already validated by the success of the original Sharpcut SX3216. With two additional table sizes, the flexible Colex® Sharpcut™ Digital Finishing System can help customers looking to maximize the full potential of their flatbed printers.

“We at Canon Solutions America have the responsibility to provide the best solutions for our customers and consistently evolve to meet their specific requirements,” added Sheikh. “In line with the Canon Solutions America philosophy, Colex takes great pride in its products and offers the highest level of service to each customer. We are confident that this collaboration will continue to provide excellent results and give our customers the necessary tools to produce a greater range of applications on a wide variety of materials.”

The Colex Sharpcut Finishing System is now available through Canon Solutions America. To learn more, visit or meet with Canon Solutions America during the 2017 SGIA Expo at booth # 2525.

About Canon Solutions America, Inc.
Canon Solutions America provides industry leading enterprise, production, and large format printing solutions, supported by exceptional professional service offerings. With the technology offerings of the Canon and Océ brands, Canon Solutions America helps companies of all sizes improve sustainability, increase efficiency, and control costs through high volume, continuous feed, digital and traditional printing, and document management solutions. A wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., Canon Solutions America is headquartered in Melville, N.Y. and has sales and service locations across the U.S. For more information on Canon Solutions America, please visit

Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and elsewhere. Océ is a registered trademark of Océ-Technologies B.V. in the United States and elsewhere. All other referenced product names and marks are trademarks of their respective owners and are hereby acknowledged.

© 2017 Canon Solutions America, Inc. All rights reserved.

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DataRails Raises $6M to Make Excel Smarter

DataRails Raises $6M to Make Excel Smarter

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TEL AVIV, Israel, July 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

DataRails, the company that is transforming Excel into a smart and modern organizational tool, announced today that it has raised a $6 million series A funding round led by Vertex Ventures, with the participation of existing investors Cyrus Angel Fund, Oryzn Capital and Joey Low. The new round brings DataRails’ total funding to date to $7 million. DataRails will use the money to open offices in New York, strengthen product development and build its worldwide customer portfolio.  

DataRails solves a common frustration experienced by organizations around the globe: the cumbersome nature of working with Excel spreadsheets. Despite a thriving market for enterprise software in recent years, many companies still rely on Excel, not only as an electronic spreadsheet, but also as a complex system for managing business-critical processes across the organization-particularly in the areas of finance, human resources and inventory. Employees and managers create Excel spreadsheets, share them with one another, copy and paste tables manually from one version to another, implement changes and resend updated sheets. The process then repeats itself, making it very difficult to consolidate information from different Excel files and track versions, resulting in inefficiency and error-prone work.

DataRails’ solution is based on a first-of-its-kind algorithm, capable of extracting and analyzing complex and unstructured data (including formulas) found in Excel files, and converting the data into structured information that can be entered into a database in the cloud. This also allows the DataRails system to be easily integrated with other enterprise systems.

With DataRails’ solution, users continue working in Excel, which they’re already deeply familiar with, but are given new capabilities that bridge the gap between regular Excel use and top-class business application standards in the areas of security, workflow, corporate governance and business intelligence. Users can consolidate data from different Excel files, visually view changes and logical updates over time and compare Excel documents. The system also helps prevent errors. For example, if a user works on an Excel file containing data that is not up-to-date, the system issues an alert. At the same time, data gathered from countless Excel documents throughout the organization is channeled into an interactive interface that presents the data as graphs that are updated in real time.

“We encounter many companies that attempt to replace Excel with dedicated systems in various verticals, with very few of them actually succeeding, mainly because they encounter steep friction in converting users to their new platforms,” said Yanai Oron, General Partner at Vertex. “When we spoke to DataRails customers, including several leading Fortune 500 companies, they were thrilled to be able to continue using a tool they are so accustomed to, with the added capabilities that DataRails has to offer them. The benefits of using DataRails can clearly be seen in the rapid customer acquisition the company is experiencing and the overall excitement for the product among users.”

About DataRails: 

DataRails was founded by Didi Gurfinkel, Eyal Cohen and Oded Har-Tal in 2015 with the mission of transforming Microsoft Excel into a smarter, more nimble, organizational tool. The Company is a graduate of the Microsoft Accelerator and currently has a headcount of twenty. For more information, please visit


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GKPR for DataRails

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