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Dalim Appoints IO Integration As Reseller of Workflow Solutions

Thursday, February 06, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Kehl, Germany and San Francisco, CA, USA -- February 5, 2003 -- Dalim Software, the leading developer of innovative and professional automated workflow solutions, announces today that it has appointed IO Integration, Inc. (IOI), San Francisco, as a new reseller of TWiST, SWiNG, and other workflow products. Based in San Francisco, IOI serves ad agencies, commercial printers and publishers who desire to invest in systems to enhance workflow efficiencies, remove redundant tasks, and save material and labor costs. IOI is one of the leading independent system integrators in the United States, specializing in high-end server-based automation, digital asset management, and web-based production tools. The company expects that DALiM TWiST and its web-based software tools, TWiST WEBLiNK and TWiST DiALOGUE, will provide a solid, robust long-term foundation to workflow solutions for its clients. DALiM LiTHO will be suggested to customers who require sophisticated image and page correction capabilities - particularly PDF editing - to support DALiM TWiST. DALiM SWiNG will be placed at companies with modest requirements, to introduce the concept of workflow automation. "We are excited with the opportunity of developing systems built on Dalim Software workflow solutions," remarks Eric Rewitzer, IOI CEO. "We're particularly impressed with TWiST's robust trapping engine, spot color support, and the novel way workflows can be dynamically automated by file names. Working with Dalim Software is the best way to proceed with our strategy of complementing the other services we provide."




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