Pace Systems Group Releases PaceConnect JDF And JMF Modules
Press release from the issuing company
Jacksonville, Florida – September 2007 – Pace Systems Group, Inc., a leading developer of business management and e-commerce solutions for the printing industry, announced today the release of the PaceConnect-JDF and PaceConnect-JMF modules for the ePace print management system. Utilizing the advanced PaceConnect framework, the exchange of data between the ePace print management system and JDF-enabled prepress, press and post-press equipment is automated, ultimately improving efficiencies and profitability.
These modules will allow ePace customers to:
- Automate processes in production workflows that will increase productivity, efficiency and help customers gain a competitive advantage in their respective markets.
- Eliminate errors derived from manual keying of information.
- Improve communications throughout production workflows by allowing customers to better manage jobs by rapidly turning collected data into actionable intelligence.
- Utilize JDF as a standard method for systems integration and the implementation of new systems to support value-added services in existing workflows.
Along with customers being able to facilitate JDF connectivity (versions 1.2 and 1.3 are supported) between the ePace print management system and other JDF-enabled systems, predefined workflow solutions for the Kodak Prinergy and Rampage JVX prepress systems, Komori K-Station press controller system have been established.
“Today’s printer must be fast and flexible if they are to remain competitive and satisfy the ever increasing demands of their customers,” said Jay Farr, president of Pace Systems Group. “By automating processes, a JDF-compliant workflow is the best way to decrease turnaround time, eliminate errors and protect profits while building a loyal customer base.”
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