IPA Hosts Ghent PDF Workgroup "PDF Workflow Diagnosis" Webinar for Graphic Arts Professionals
Press release from the issuing company
Edina, MN – October 24, 2006 – IPA and the Ghent PDF Workgroup (GWG) are bringing the graphic arts community the necessary tools for improving workflow speed and accuracy in IPA’s “PDF Workflow Diagnosis” webinar. The “PDF Workflow Diagnosis” webinar will be broadcast live on Thursday, October 26 at 1 p.m. EST; David Zwang, industry expert and IPA representative to the Ghent PDF Workgroup, will lead the session.
A healthy workflow results in lower job costs, increased job profitability and faster turnaround for both providers and their clients.
The Ghent PDF Workgroup, an international assembly of industry experts, develops process specifications for workflow best practices, and has developed a series of diagnostic tools for testing PDF workflows and output systems.
The GWG suite of workflow diagnostic tests are distributed in a variety of formats and test patches, and are designed to help define the most efficient workflow for users’ operations. The GWG diagnostic tools test real world issues that can be found in a typical production environment.
Attendees of the webinar will learn how to use these valuable tools to diagnose workflow and RIP settings. Attendees will learn:
•How to gain access to these diagnostic tools
•Specific details on how each diagnostic tool works
•Production process areas covered by these diagnostic tools
•Reading, interpreting and understanding each diagnostic tool’s results
•How to incorporate these tools in their unique PDF graphics workflows Specific tools developed by PDF workflow experts from around the world include:
•PDF/X Workflow Validation Tool (Global Graphics)
•Altona Test Suite (ECI)
•Ghent Test Suite (Ghent PDF Workgroup)
To register for the webinar, visit: http://www.ipa.org/knowledge/webinars/pdfworkflow.php.
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