Agfa's :ApogeeX Provides Support for Latest Version of Dynagram's DynaStrip
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, Ill – GRAPH EXPO (Booth #4024) – October 10, 2004 – Agfa, one of the world's leading imaging companies, and Dynagram, the recognized authority in digital imposition, announced today the certification of DynaStrip with :ApogeeX 3.0, which makes its North America debut at Graph Expo.
The certification of Dynagram's DynaStrip 4 JDF layout support for imposition with :ApogeeX means that :ApogeeX customers will be able to exchange imposition layout information from DynaStrip via either PJTF or the latest JDF format. :ApogeeX 3.0, the newest version of Agfa's acclaimed prepress workflow solution based on PDF, JDF, and digital film, features increased JDF functionality and integration.
The DynaStrip product suite consists of powerful digital imposition solutions developed to meet an entire range of imposition needs, from complete and flexible imposition solutions to specialized imposition jobs. Furthermore, DynaStrip affords users a short learning curve, an intuitive interface, advanced imposition capabilities and seamless compatibility with :ApogeeX.
"Agfa is a ground-breaking leader in the industry and we are pleased to be working with the organization," said François Guérard, president of Dynagram. "Agfa's distribution channels and customers now have an open and viable imposition solution they can add to their preferred workflow. As JDF continues to evolve as an emerging standard, Dynagram and Agfa will continue to ensure maximum JDF compatibility between DynaStrip and :ApogeeX."
"DynaStrip's certification offers new choice and flexibility for :ApogeeX 3.0 customers," said Agfa's Lesley Hepditch, marketing manager, :ApogeeX, North America. "The JDF standard makes this integration possible and is a direct fulfilment of customer requests."
Dynagram's products and services can be seen at Graph Expo in booth #5011.
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