MIAMI BEACH, FL -- FEBRUARY 1, 2002 -- Creo Products Inc. is demonstrating Networked Graphic Production live at the Graphics of the Americas show, underway in Miami Beach from February 1-3. This initiative integrates the power of Creo technology, including Prinergy and Brisqueworkflows with SynapseInSite and SynapsePrepare software, to help printers reduce cycle times, minimize errors on press, and deliver quality printing faster.
"On our booth we are doing live, step-by-step demonstrations of how some Creo customers are already using these powerful software tools to collaborate online in real time with their customers," explains Larry Letteney, Creo Americas president. "The tools of Networked Graphic Production bring together creative professionals, print buyers, publishers, and printers, and reduce the number of manual steps in print production. The process can streamline our customers' workflow and make a positive impact on their business operations." Networked Graphic Production will also link the business systems of a printing plant with the prepress production systems. Business can run more effectively when information is easily exchanged between the print production management system and management information systems.
At Graphics of the Americas, Creo showcases Networked Graphic Production using the Trendsetter 800 Spectrum platesetter with digital halftone proofing; the powerful Synapsefamily with Synapse InSite and Synapse Prepare software; Prinergy and Brisque workflows; and Prinergy Powerpackworkflow - the all-PDF packaging solution for printers, converters and tradeshops.
See the live presentations of Networked Graphic Production at Booth #211 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, FL until February 3.
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