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Agfa Graphics releases :Apogee Media 6.0

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Mortsel, Belgium - Agfa Graphics announced today the release of :Apogee Media 6. The new version includes an interactive flatplan that allows users to drag and drop pages and click-through to other modules of the editorial workflow, giving them complete (remote) control of the publication content and layout.

:Apogee Media – which combines digital asset management (DAM) with a flexible XML-driven editorial workflow platform – is specially designed for content creators who work in either print or web-based media. Version 6.0 provides a new graphical dashboard with direct access to reservation areas, digital assets, page annotation, ad placement, article editing, image cropping, InDesign layout, preflight, soft proofing, print section management, reporting, etc. Now with :Apogee Media, content creators can collaborate through a comprehensive visual flatplan representation from concept till publication.

This comprehensive interface reduces the publication time as creators get simultaneous access and immediate feedback on their work. Chief editors or external stakeholders can remotely track progress at a glance and guide content creators to deliver on-spec, on-budget and in-time.

":Apogee Media brings editorial teams and external stakeholders together in a seamless environment giving users complete control of publication content and execution", said Olivier Van der Stede, Operations Manager at Decom, "The ability to so easily move content and layout and interact with other applications is unlike any other flatplan system on the market."

This new release of :Apogee Media includes a series of other improvements and novelties. Next to the new flatplan module, also interaction with InDesign CS4 through the plug-in has been updated and integration with the underlying prepress technology for preflighting and proofing is extended.

 

 

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