The Global Tech Awards recognizes excellence in various fields of technology, including Printing Technology (PrintTech). The following are the criteria for Printing Technology (PrintTech) Awards Category:
Innovation: The extent to which the technology introduces new and innovative features or capabilities that improve the printing process or the final output.
Efficiency: The degree to which the technology streamlines and speeds up the printing process, reduces waste, or saves resources such as ink or paper.
Quality: The level of precision, accuracy, and consistency of the printed output, including factors such as color fidelity, resolution, sharpness, and texture.
Compatibility: The ability of the technology to integrate with other hardware, software, or workflow systems commonly used in the printing industry, as well as its support for various file formats or printing standards.
User-friendliness: The ease of use and accessibility of the technology for both expert and novice users, including factors such as the interface design, tutorials or documentation, and customer support.
Sustainability: The environmental friendliness and sustainability of the technology, including factors such as energy efficiency, recyclability, or use of eco-friendly materials.
Affordability: The cost-effectiveness and value of the technology, taking into account factors such as the initial purchase or subscription cost, maintenance or upgrade fees, and return on investment.
Market impact: The market penetration, adoption, and influence of the technology within the printing industry, including its potential to disrupt or transform existing practices or create new opportunities.
The judges will also consider other factors such as the nominee's overall impact on the Printing Technology (PrintTech), the level of creativity and originality of the solution, and the nominee's ability to overcome technical and market challenges. All decisions of the judges are final.