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ASI to debut Electronic Publishing Manufacturing at Graph Expo

Monday, September 30, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

EPM combines Markzware and WAVE Corporation technology to offer a complete electronic publishing manufacturing solution at booth #4262 Woburn, Massachusetts, September 30, 2002 – All Systems Integration, (ASI) a systems integrator for the prepress industry and self proclaimed "digital plumbers," today announced they will be partnering with Markzware and WAVE Corporation to offer a solution they are calling EPM (Electronic Publishing Manufacturing), which is described as a virtual prepress, workflow and digital asset management solution aimed at reducing or eliminating the dependency on the conventional method of processing and producing prepress. In other words, creators of digital content will now be able to create their work on their computers, and bypass the conventional prepress process, by instead having an all digital automated workflow which can be used in multiple brand management scenarios involving content generation or re-purposing (e.g., print, web, cross media). Product Details: EPM is an open API solution, and will allow for a module based design, so features and functions can be added as modules to the core system to augment functionality as an organization grows or gains/requires greater control of their operational data manufacturing situation. Due to its open architecture, users will immediately appreciate the fact EPM brings together once disparate processes under a single friendly GUI interface which offers user defined workflows. User Benefits: Ease of use and management, security control, time saving were four of the leading benefit characteristics which define EPM. Additional product benefits include the ability to collaborate in a digital environment seamlessly and without conventional digital constraints (e.g., FTP password, Email password, server password, VPN password), revision and tracking control, built-in preflight and production standards, workflow standards, internet accessible, short integration time and quick ramp-up to production use. Product Availability and Pricing: All Systems Integration EPM is immediately available and has a retail price of $60,000.00 for an Enterprise Solution, and $40,000.00 for a Workgroup solution. All Systems Integration is the exclusive sales distributor of the EPM solution. About All Systems Integration: All Systems Integration (ASI) is a systems integrator for the prepress and commercial printing industries. Founded in 1989, ASI specializes in objectively selecting equipment based on a prepress client’s actual needs, budget, and quality and quantity of work produced. This method of determining a client’s needs, then integrating, training and supporting the prepress systems sets All Systems Integration apart from other vendors. www.allsystems.com. About MediaBank from WAVE Corporation: An enterprise asset management application for cross-media publishing that enables organizations to more efficiently manage, use, and share their digital asset across the enterprise. MediaBank’s design reflects the many ways that editorial and production professionals work with, track, and report on their digital assets. WAVE Corporation sells and supports MediaBank and Intersep OPI internationally through a worldwide network of channel partners and integrators. www.wavecorp.com About Markzware Software: Markzware is the leader in developing quality control solutions for the graphic arts, printing and publishing industries worldwide. Markzware is a privately held company located in Santa Ana, California USA. Markzware b.v. is located in Rijswijk, The Netherlands, is the headquarters for activities in Europe, The Middle East and Africa. http://www.markzware.com




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