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Dalim Software donates production automation applications to the RIT School of Print Media

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Kehl, Germany - Dalim Software, a global leader in the design and development of innovative and automated professional production workflow software for prepress, print, packaging, advertising and publishing, announces that it has donated an entire suite of Dalim Software solutions, including the DALiM MiSTRAL project management and job tracking system, DALiM TWiST production automation software and DALiM DiALOGUE online softproofing server application to Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Print Media for the school's educational programs. Systems installation and training was kindly provided by Dalim Software reseller, Blanchard Systems. RIT has a number of courses where the capabilities of the DALiM TWiST workflow solution would enhance student learning through their study and application of collaborative and distributed workflow systems. The faculty expects to find its most in-depth applications in courses that cover aspects of production workflows utilized in publication, imaging, packaging and other forms of graphic media. RIT also intends to use Dalim Software solutions to produce Reporter magazine, RIT's weekly student publication. "As production automation becomes more prevalent and, at the same time, more complex, we consider it important for our students to develop a strong proficiency in integrated and comprehensive solutions," remarks Patricia Sorce, Chair, School of Print Media, RIT. "We are grateful to Dalim Software for their generous donation. With the help of advanced workflow systems such as those provided by Dalim Software, all of our students will have access to a broad range of capabilities and user interfaces of workflow solutions." "Through our work over the years with a number of RIT alumni, we have come to respect the technological knowledge that RIT's School of Print Media imparts to its students," comments Dr. Carol Werlé, Dalim Software CEO. "With our donation, we are delighted to help prepare students to manage the sophisticated systems they are likely to encounter when they enter the work force."




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