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AHT: Unify Technology Used by Konica Minolta

Monday, March 08, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Torrance, CA – March 5, 2004 – AHT, a leading provider of innovative digital printing solutions, announced today that its innovative document management solution, Unify, will be demonstrated by Konica Minolta in Booth #3037 at the On Demand Conference and Exposition held in New York City, March 8-10, at the Javits Convention Center. AHT's Unify software was chosen by Konica to address the growing needs of corporations looking for cost-effective, print-on-demand technology. Unify Konica is a workflow solution that provides the ability to cluster from two to ten Konica digital copiers for a maximum productivity of up to 850 ppm. It is optimized with Document Management Suite, a wide range of print-on-demand tools that allow for imposition, variable data, merge capabilities and advanced booklet making. The high-end production publishing market has changed dramatically over the past several years as corporate environments have moved to a distribute-and-print model. AHT’s Unify technology simplifies the workflow for the user and the administrator, giving high-volume printers increased flexibility and control over complex printing jobs. Unify is a full-featured print server that connects multiple black and white and color copiers and permits printer, job and document management control from one location. Unify insures that jobs print when, where and how they are supposed to by showing every print job (active and finished) in easily sorted, customized lists. “This event provides a wonderful opportunity for On Demand attendees to see how Unify Konica can help them be more productive and competitive,” said Christine Chang, marketing director for AHT. “We are very pleased that Konica has chosen Unify to help them meet the ever-changing needs of this dynamic industry. Now printers and publishers can respond more effectively to corporations wanting to move to a digital solution for document creation, production and distribution--tools that enhance and streamline the document process.”

 

 

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