Pageflex Collaborates with Adobe to Offer Adobe InDesign Server to Customers
Press release from the issuing company
Cambridge, MA, May 21, 2008 – Pageflex, a division of Bitstream Inc. (NASDAQ: BITS, www.bitstream.com) and a leading developer of enterprise variable data publishing and web-to-print solutions, announced today that in the future, Pageflex customers will be able to take advantage of the powerful Adobe InDesign workflow. Adobe will be welcoming Pageflex as a participant in its booth in Hall 7 / 7.0 E at drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany, May 29-June 11. Pageflex also will be exhibiting at drupa 2008 in Hall 7a, Booth B13.
Pageflex is committed to offering customers integrations with highly-capable production components that best suit their business needs. The Company's collaboration with Adobe further extends this commitment. By integrating with Adobe's award-winning layout and design applications, Bitstream will give its Pageflex customers expanded options for streamlining their production workflows; speeding the rate of composition and output; facilitating template management and reducing costs.
"InDesign Server supports all the core functionality of InDesign page layout and design software and offers the ability to automate and integrate these features with other business applications," said Chris Kitchener, InDesign Server product marketing manager at Adobe. "We are pleased to be working with Pageflex, a pioneering leader in the VDP and web-to-print storefront market. This integration will allow for more dynamic, effective document creation."
"This broadened alliance between Pageflex and Adobe reinforces our objective to integrate with a wide range of workflow components and appeal to all aspects of the graphic arts community," added Anna Chagnon, president and CEO, Bitstream Inc. "Expanding our Pageflex product line to include other world-class composition technologies gives our customers a uniquely flexible and broad-based platform for producing outstanding, creatively customized documents."
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