BEDFORD, MA -- November 6, 2001 - CreoScitex, a division of Creo Products Inc., unveils the next step in its vision toward the complete digitization of the graphic arts industry. "Networked Graphic Production" is a completely integrated production environment that extends all the way from the creative desktop to the delivery of the finished product. CreoScitex customers can now connect all of the stakeholders in the production cycle, provide their clients with unique services, and deliver the highest-quality product faster than they ever could before.
"This is the logical next step for the graphic arts industry," explains Barry Quart, Director, Commercial and Publication Workflow. "By providing systems that support Networked Graphic Production, CreoScitex is expanding the range of conventional prepress workflow to extend all the way from ideas on the creative desktop right through to delivery of a finished product."
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