(Weymouth, MA) August 22, 2005 -- InfoTrends/CAP Ventures' report entitled PWS Compendium: Offset Production Workflow Management Solutions highlights vendors whose products are focused on the print production process, beginning with the preparation of files supplied by customers and ending with the generation of fully imposed and trapped signatures that are ready for output by an imaging device.
“The term ‘Print Production Workflow’ has been applied to such a dizzying array of unrelated products and services in the industry that the definition of ‘workflow’ has become widely misinterpreted,” commented Holly Muscolino, a Director at InfoTrends/CAP Ventures. “This report provides an overview of the concepts and terminology related to print workflow products, and presents a top-level view of the products that are offered today and how they are positioned in relation to one another.”
The report provides a description of each product category, focusing on those features and considerations that are of the greatest importance to print providers and the print production workflow. At the end of each product description, product market position is examined. In addition, key developments and strategy movements on a broader corporate level are covered in the Vendor Profiles section.
This report covers the following companies and respective products:
Artwork Systems Nexus
Creo Brisque, Prinergy, and Synapse
Dainippon Screen Trueflow
Global Graphics Cortex
Heidelberg Prinect Print Ready System
Rampage JVX System
”With Print ‘05 quickly approaching, print providers will be going to the show with the specific purpose of shopping for a workflow system, while vendors will be wanting to learn more about competitive products,” commented Ms. Muscolino. “This report will arm vendors and providers with the information necessary to make good business decisions and make the most out of the show.”
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