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RealTimeImage and DPCI Announce Online Proofing Partnership

Tuesday, February 12, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

DPCI To Integrate RealTimeImage's Online Proofing Technology Into Content Management Solutions SAN BRUNO, CA & NEW YORK, February 11, 2002 - RealTimeImage and Database Publishing Consultants Inc. (DPCI) today announce signing of an agreement wherein DPCI will integrate core RealTimeProof technology into its custom content management solutions for publishing applications. DPCI plans to make the technology available beginning March 2002. Both companies will be exhibiting at Seybold NY February 20-22 at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC (DPCI in booth #918 and RealTimeImage in booth #438). RealTimeImage powers the most accurate and simple-to-use online proofing technology available to the publishing industry. Browser-based and working with even a basic dial-up connection, RealTimeImage technology allows users to manage the on-line proofing and approval process using the actual production file. DPCI is an industry leader in developing customized content management solutions. DPCI creates media-independent applications that organizations use to deliver content across multiple channels in the publishing, advertising, catalog, and financial services industries. "This alliance is about two software companies with complementary technology," states Joseph Bachana, CEO of DPCI. "By combining RealTimeImage's online proofing technology with our content management solutions, we can serve our customer's workflow needs more comprehensively." Brad Giles, Vice President for Sales, Worldwide at RealTimeImage says, "DPCI is a well-respected operation with a premier customer base. Combining the powerful RealTimeProof imaging engine with DPCI's comprehensive content management solutions brings new levels of productivity and capabilities to a publishing market hungry for process and economic benefit."

 

 

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