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Series of Events Focus on Value of KODAK Unified Workflow Solution

Friday, September 22, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y. Sept., 21—A series of Unified Workflow Roadshows give print providers an opportunity to learn how a KODAK unified workflow solution can help them increase services, capacity and revenue. The Unified Workflow Roadshow takes place in Dallas on Mon., Sept. 25, in Irvine, Calif. on Wed., Sept. 27, and Toronto on Thurs., Oct. 5. To register and for more information, visit www.graphics.kodak.com and click on Unified Workflow Roadshow under Latest News. In addition to Kodak’s vision for a unified workflow and the business value of establishing a unified workflow, each Roadshow will focus on Color Management and Proofing, Customized Direct Mail and Transpromotions, and Production Planning and Client Integration. KODAK Unified Workflow solutions provide an end to end digital infrastructure for printing that integrates business, production, color and data workflows, using innovative software tools, open standards and intelligent automation. The first implementation of KODAK Unified Workflow solutions is aimed at the commercial print segment. A KODAK Unified Workflow solution is a scaleable, modular solution that allows printers to more effectively and efficiently respond to increasingly complex print specifications. It enables printers to streamline processes for efficiency, and optimize resources and maximize production capabilities for increased capacity from existing resources. It also creates a foundation for sales growth by providing the tools customers need to differentiate their businesses and deliver greater value to clients through new services.




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