Poing, Germany, July 20, 2001 — Oce Printing Systems is announcing the new DocMaker software, intended primarily for scanning in production printing, for optimising quality and editing documents. Commercial printers and service providers have to face the constant management challenges of accepting anything the customer brings and nevertheless reproducing it with excellent print quality.
This can be analogue originals – hard copies from books, booklets and loose-leaf sets or digital data. These have to be edited with maximum quality, and reproduced with accurate register; handling has to be flexible and simple, and usually time is at a premium.
DocMaker offers an extensive and powerful range of functions to meet these requirements for processing analogue and digital data. The software solution also features impressive openness: it can import a variety of data formats, the most important of which are TIFF, PDF, PostScript and JPEG.
Marco Janschke, Product Manager Printing & Publishing, sees the DocMaker as one of Oce’s major new products of 2001. With its new, advanced functions, the solution works perfectly with the PRISMA+POD production workflow system and DemandStream printing systems, thus increasing productivity and the quality of the output. DocMaker will be available the first quarter of 2002. The first public showing will be at the Print 01 trade show in Chicago this September.
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