Cadmus Communications Upgrades 3Path(TM) Digital Content Delivery System for MacIntosh Users
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., March 31 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation today announced the release of a Macintosh compatible version of its 3Path Digital Content Delivery System. The Mac version runs on Mac OS X v10.2.8 and v10.3.
3Path from Cadmus is a digital communication channel that delivers content more effectively than email or by website. 3Path provides secure delivery of high-value, digital communications that are organized in a publisher-branded channel directly on the recipient's desktop. By utilizing 3Path to deliver content directly to readers, publishers and other organizations create branded information portals on the user's desktop for ready access to such content. Publishers can leverage the 3Path solution to provide end users with an interactive, rich media experience that enhances the affinity relationship. 3Path is effective for delivering content of any file type and size in a user- friendly interface for on-line or off-line access that is complementary to an enterprise's website. Publishers receive validation of delivery and feedback on usage, while the reader retains control of the publisher-reader relationship through an easy opt-in/out feature.
"3Path has been available for users of the Windows operating system; this new version now allows publishers to reach Mac users," said Hai Tran, Executive Vice President of Business Development. "Many of our publisher clients have readers who work on the Mac platform, so this enhancement has been eagerly awaited."
3Path is being used by publishers, educational institutions, advocacy groups and others to deliver digital publications and newsletters, communicate with prospective students, promote advocacy initiatives, provide continuing education and e-learning materials, and to create a branded communication channel for an enhanced relationship with members, customers or affiliates.
For information about the innovative technologies and products developed for publishers by Cadmus, visit http://www.cadmus.com .
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