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DPCI Partners with XMPie

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Partnership enables DPCI to deliver solutions using XMPie's PersonalEffect, integrated with digital asset management and content management technologies

New York, NY – DPCI, a provider of integrated technology solutions for organizations that need to improve the way they publish content to Web, print, mobile, and tablet devices, today announced a partnership with XMPie, A Xerox Company, the leading provider of software solutions for 1:1 cross-media communications campaigns. DPCI can now offer custom, end-to-end solutions for 1:1 publishing that leverage the XMPie PersonalEffect platform.
Through the partnership, the companies will collaborate on enterprise multi-channel publishing projects. DPCI will deliver implementation services around XMPie solutions to bring customers variable data applications for publishing to print, Web and email channels. In addition, DPCI will offer integration of XMPie solutions with content management and digital asset management systems to further extend the capabilities of those platforms.
"XMPie's variable data print capabilities provide a powerful engine to deliver unique 1:1 collateral materials," explained Tracy Gardner, vice president of Client Services at DPCI. "With XMPie technology, we can help organizations automate the process of creating and delivering high-volume, highly-targeted marketing and promotional campaigns, while significantly reducing production time and costs."
XMPie PersonalEffect, the leading 1:1 cross-media communications platform, harnesses the power of the Adobe InDesign Server and is ideal for organizations that need to produce high volumes of 1:1 print materials. With XMPie's technology, corporations can generate hundreds, if not thousands, of high-quality versions of marketing materials, while at the same time producing variable data optimized output such as PPML, VIPP, VPS, and PDF/VT. These optimized output files are designed to work with digital printing presses so that static graphics and text are only processed, or ripped, once, regardless of the number of custom/variable pages included in the order.
"DPCI's expertise in multi-channel publishing, integrated with other complex enterprise content technologies, allows organizations to realize the full potential of our XMPie platform," explained Jonny Miller, vice president, Customer Operations and Business Development at XMPie. "We look forward to working with DPCI to deliver end-to-end multi-channel printing solutions that allow organizations to create unique 1:1 marketing campaigns."


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