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Oce PRISMA Software Won by Simon Fraser University

Friday, February 03, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Boca Raton, FL, February 1, 2006 —Oce, a global leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, announced that Raj Nadrajan, Director, Document Solutions at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada, was the winner of an Océ PRISMA workflow software and services package awarded at the 2006 Adobe Momentum in Print Conference held recently in San Francisco. The prize, valued at close to $25,000, includes Océ PRISMA DPconvert and Doc Works Pro make-ready, raster document object (RDO) conversion and print management software, along with implementation services and training. “We are thrilled that Mr. Nadrajan and Simon Fraser University won the Océ PRISMA software package. Busy shops like his need the most versatile workflow to accommodate the broadest range of job types, data streams, print engines and software tools, and that is exactly what Océ PRISMA architecture is designed to achieve for both print-for-pay and in-house operations,” said Joyce Virnich, Vice President of Marketing for Océ Digital Document Systems. “The Océ PRISMA platform combines open standards, centralized control and automatic file conversion, all the qualities necessary for total versatility and the highest level of unified workflow.” Océ DPconvert enables legacy RDO files to be printed on Océ and non-Océ printers, while keeping intact print parameters such as paper stock, tabs or binding instructions. The software’s open architecture makes it easy to migrate applications from proprietary Xerox DigiPath workflow to more versatile devices without modifications. Océ DPconvert software can be used to import jobs and associated Xerox DocuTechTM job ticket instructions into Océ’s Doc Works Pro or DocSetter? software. For in-house print shops and quick printers, Océ Doc Works Pro is the leading job preparation and workflow management system. This server-based output management software provides a total digital solution for the entire document workflow. It simplifies workflow from submission, acceptance, and preparation through production, finishing, archiving, and distribution. Automated preflight capabilities and a PDF workflow streamline pre-production processes, saving time and money. Integrated accounting capabilities ensure that all costs translate into accurate billing. Océ Demonstrated Solutions for In-House and Commercial Workflow At the Adobe Momentum in Print conference, production managers, document designers and other professionals got an in-depth, hands-on look at how Océ PRISMA creates centralized, JDF-enabled workflow control for both Océ and non-Océ devices to bring greater efficiency to document workflows. Attendees discovered how Océ PRISMA provides uninterrupted workflow from digital job submission, make-ready, scanning, and cleanup to print management, archiving, reprint and automated RDO conversion. During the conference, Océ demonstrated two versions of its workflow software designed for graphic arts, on demand, print-for-pay and in-house environments needing unified processes and the convenience of centralized control. Océ PRISMA Software for In-House Print Shops helps transform these operations into profit centers by driving increased print volumes from the office and Internet to Océ and non-Océ devices with on-line job submission and tracking, high-quality scanning, make-ready, image manipulation and process automation capabilities. As a result, in-house operations can better leverage existing equipment and produce more work more efficiently and cost-effectively, Commercial print environments need tools to help them take on more short-run printing jobs cost-effectively and deal with a wide range of applications, platforms and PDF-based workflows. Océ PRISMA Software for On Demand Printing Environments provides direct support for Océ and non-Océ devices to streamline the commercial production workflow from make-ready through bindery, archiving and distribution. It eliminates obstacles and delays associated with processing a variety of data streams and applications.

 

 

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