Shira Commercially Releases its eP2 Onsite Workflow Solution for Printers
Press release from the issuing company
KFAR-SABA, ISRAEL - MARCH 1, 2001 - Shira, a key software solution provider for digital prepress and printing workflows, today announced its initial release of the eP2 OnsiteTM workflow solution for printers, version 1.0. The new eP2 workflow solution prepress technology, originally introduced at DRUPA 2000, is designed to automate web-based print production workflows and to provide a virtual environment for managing print production and web-based prepress services such as RIPing, proofing, conferencing, imposition and file conversion
eP2 is a scalable system capable of carrying any workload. It expands to meet the most challenging prepress workflow requirements by simply adding servers to its configuration. Shira's innovative eP2 technology takes scalability options up another dimension. eP2's paramount technology is the best and most comprehensive solution for Internet based prepress and PDF workflows available. eP2 is output device independent and can be integrated within a customer's branded online service for internal use as well as for their customers' use. eP2 reduces production cycle time and costs for any digital workflow by enabling a common framework for organizations working locally or remotely, thus yielding additional profit to its users. The eP2 OnsiteTM workflow solution enables publishing and printing experts to produce consistent results and a smooth data flow throughout the production process.
Harnessing the power of Shira's products and prepress expertise, eP2 enables all participants in the prepress process to collaborate, track and manage printing jobs over the Internet. This technology results in an enhanced workflow, improved customer service and greater pressroom efficiency due to the delivery of predictable files that assure consistent, reliable reproduction.
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