GMC Software Technology to Showcase Full PrintNet Solutions Suite at Graph Expo 2006
Press release from the issuing company
October 5, 2006 – Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland – GMC Software Technology, setting the New Standard in personalized communications, today announced that it will be showcasing new enhancements to its PrintNet solutions suite during the Graph Expo 2006 exposition being held at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois from October 15 through 18. During the show, GMC will present a range of PrintNet marketing and transaction application demonstrations in GMC booth 5055 as well as in Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, and Xerox partner booths.
GMC PrintNet is a completely integrated, end-to-end software solution for the design, production and delivery of multi-channel personalized communications. Unlike many competitive products, PrintNet provides a single platform for producing all types of personalized documents — statements, invoices, bills, direct mail, marketing documents, catalogs, campaign kits — for print and electronic delivery. PrintNet provides full data integration and processing, document composition, on-line collaboration and approval, distributed output management and process automation for the production of interactive and campaign-focused personalized communications.
PrintNet is built on open standards for integration into existing technology environments, with the flexibility and scalability to grow as a business grows. It supports an extremely broad range of input, design, output and operating system environments, and features ease of use and implementation that eliminates the need for advanced programming skills.
Among the new PrintNet enhancements that GMC will preview at Graph Expo are:
Web-based interactive document creation/editing
•Provides event-driven document creation based on standard templates
•End-users can add or modify content such as images, free-flow text or scripted messages
•Supports Flash and non-Flash environments Advanced PDF capabilities
•Import of PDF files as a group of editable objects, not just image files
•PDF to anything support (output directly to print protocols without pre-conversion)
Zero defect production
•Automated load balancing
•Quality assurance and auditing Web-based workflow tools
•Interactive proofing and approval
“We take great pride in offering our customers the most reliable technologies in the marketplace, coupled with forward-thinking, complete solutions to all their personalized communications needs,” said Dr. René Müller, CEO of GMC Software AG. “These latest enhancements – including web-based interactive document creation and highly advanced PDF conversion capabilities – are intended to immediately improve communication processes and reduce response times, while cutting costs for our customers.”
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