North American Newspapers Switch to :Arkitex from Agfa
Press release from the issuing company
Washington, D.C. – NEXPO (Booth #2502) – June 19, 2004 – Agfa announced that more than 150 orders for :Arkitex modules, the new, most complete, fourth-generation workflow solution available for newspapers, have been shipped in North America since it was launched at IFRA 2003. Hundreds of newspapers from more than 22 countries all over the world have chosen Agfa’s :Arkitex for their prepress workflow needs.
“Agfa's IntelliNet, Autologic and EskoNet customers are already benefiting from our easy migration path to :Arkitex. They are also taking advantage of great new features such as MAXML, planning and Job Control, native file handling, page variations/versioning and active back-up, and more,” said Agfa’s Sheila Nysko, business development manager, newspaper business, North America.
The latest :Arkitex module, :Arkitex Courier, is being shown for the first time in North America at NEXPO. :Arkitex Courier is a complete transmission solution that provides total control and at the same time gives users full automation. Each operator is provided with a full range of simple-to-use capabilities to make real-time decisions that meet changing production needs.
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