Pageflex Expands Worldwide Distribution Agreement with Electronics For Imaging
Press release from the issuing company
CAMBRIDGE, MA - July 10, 2001 - Pageflex, Inc., announced today that they have expanded their worldwide software development and licensing agreement with Electronics For Imaging (EFI) to include Mpower™, Pageflex's enterprise-level Web-to-print solution for variable data printing.
Pageflex Mpower is based on NuDoc, a powerful, XML-based composition engine, which uses flexible design templates incorporating "spring-loaded" text and image containers that dynamically adjust page layouts based on the sizes and shapes of the variable contents flowing into them.
Under the agreement, Electronics For Imaging, the world leader in networked printing solutions, plans to distribute Mpower through its worldwide Professional Services Division. EFI's Professional Services offers a variety of custom engineering and service options to help customers realize the full productivity, cost-savings and return on investment possible through implementing sophisticated digital networked printing solutions.
"Variable data printing is increasingly important to many companies because it enables true one-to-one marketing campaigns that increase sales results," said Ghilad Dziesietnik, Vice President of Core Technology at EFI. "By partnering EFI's world class print controller capabilities with Pageflex Mpower variable data software, we can offer our Professional Services customers highly sophisticated Web-to-print variable data solutions."
"We are delighted that EFI has expanded its worldwide distribution to include our enterprise-level Web-to-print solution, Mpower, to its customers," said Sang Lee, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Pageflex. "With EFI's extensive sales presence and world class professional services team, we have high expectations for their ability to provide a complete enterprise-level Web-to-print solution to its customers."
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