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Veripress Successfully Integrates with Agfa Graphics’ Workflow

Monday, November 05, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

World Publishing Expo 2012, Frankfurt – Agfa Graphics (booth #E330) and Serendipity today announced that the number of installations of Veripress integrated in Agfa Graphics' workflows is rapidly growing.

Veripress for :Arkitex from Agfa Graphics adds full-quality, color-managed press soft-proofing conforming to all international print standards. It enables press operators to check their publication right at the press console with a combination of a high-quality display and a touch screen. At WPE 2012 in Frankfurt it is on display tightly integrated with :Arkitex Prepress, Agfa Graphics' market-leading plate production workflow adding plate approval and immediate softproofing to the system.

"Veripress is ideal for every press room be it a local, regional or national newspapers" said Bobby Grauf, Global Marketing Manager Newspapers, at Agfa Graphics. "The integration with :Arkitex Prepress provides a competitive edge as it increases the productivity, reduces the operational costs and helps increase the quality on press"

Veripress for :Arkitex produces verified, color-matched proofs on-screen using print-ready bitmap files at the touch of a button. A touch screen interface ensures color managed proofs ready on the press the moment the plates arrive. Veripress for :Arkitex saves time by delivering fast, concurrent distribution of precise softproof and eliminates the need for hardcopy proofs.

Agfa Graphics exhibits at WAN-IFRA World Publishing Expo 2012 in Frankfurt in booth 330, Messe Frankfurt hall 8.


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