Switzerland's Limmatdruck Reports High Satisfaction with Exstream Software's Dialogue
Press release from the issuing company
December 7, 2005—www.exstream.com -- Exstream Software, Inc. announced today that Limmatdruck, a modern competency centre based in Spreitenbach, Switzerland providing publishing/editing, media and packaging services, reports high satisfaction with its Dialogue enterprise personalization software. Limmatdruck is using Dialogue across its operations to produce personalized documents with PDF archival, including personalized booklets and mailings that incorporate barcodes and optical mark recognitions. Since implementing Dialogue, Limmatdruck reports dramatic reductions in document application development time and significant speed improvements in the generation of print output. Additionally, the company is benefiting from the ability to maintain fully personalized documents across the enterprise.
Key drivers in Limmatdruck's initial selection of Dialogue included its ease of use and automation for faster development of personalized document applications; high-performance engine for speeding output generation; and distributed design environment for simpler administration of personalized applications across the business. With Dialogue, Limmatdruck has consolidated personalized document application development on a single platform, eliminating the inconsistencies, maintenance and backlogs associated with a siloed development environment.
“Before Dialogue it took a long time to generate output files,” said Tomas Soler of Limmatdruck. “Now, not only is it quicker and simpler to design documents and work in different languages, but Dialogue's outstanding management of a variety of input sources has made a huge difference in reducing document application development time. Additionally, the support we receive from Exstream has been great—when we have questions, we quickly get answers.”
Going forward, Limmatdruck plans to use Dialogue for matrix code and post-delivery applications. The company also intends to take advantage of Dialogue’s ability to directly import PDF files which will further reduce application development time.
“Limmatdruck has really embraced the breadth of opportunities offered by Dialogue and it is rewarding for us to see the software being used in so many different areas of the business,” said Jiri Krejci, managing director of Exstream Central and Eastern Europe. “We are very pleased that Dialogue is providing a single platform to fully support all of Limmatdruck’s personalized document and fulfilment needs, increasing their competitive leadership even further.”
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