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Seybold Seminars Taps Quark Active Publishing Server as Hot Product

Wednesday, September 26, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

SAN FRANCISCO - September 24, 2001 - Quark Inc. today announced that Quark Active Publishing Server has been named "Hot Pick of the Show" at Seybold San Francisco 2001. Quark Active Publishing Server is a high-performance server technology that uses core engines from QuarkXPress 5.0 to produce personalized, design-rich content on demand in popular print and Web formats. The Seybold editors selected Quark Active Publishing Server from among many innovative products and technologies being exhibited at the show. "Quark is focused on building useful, flexible technologies, and we're thrilled to receive this recognition for Quark Active Publishing Server," said product manager Don Lohse. "With this product, publishers will become dramatically more productive as they deploy high-quality documents on demand in print or Web formats." Web-enabling document production Content creators, using a basic Web browser, will be able to use Quark Active Publishing Server to flow content into templates and render high fidelity documents on the fly. It is a scalable, on-demand server that can be integrated into production environments to give publishers complete control over their content. Any of the millions of designers who use QuarkXPress will be able to create design templates for Quark Active Publishing Server. Worldwide workflows Quark Active Publishing Server will dramatically streamline distributed, collaborative production workflows. Users will be able to submit content without worrying about having appropriate template versions, fonts, or even software. Quark Active Publishing Server will facilitate document management, because users will be able to create personalized materials without accidentally altering critical components such as logos, colors, or type styles.

 

 

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