Enovation, Fujifilm & ICS to Dispel Myths of Remote Proofing
Press release from the issuing company
GRAPH EXPO 2003, CHICAGO, Sept. 28, 2003 – We’ve all heard it before: “time is money.” But, perhaps it is no truer than in the fast-paced and ever-changing worlds of graphic design and commercial printing. Since we can’t increase the number of hours in the day, we’re all looking for ways to increase the amount of work we can do in those hours. Everyone is interested in increasing efficiencies and getting the same job done faster than they ever have before. Enter “remote proofing.”
Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. will come together with Fujifilm and Integrated Color Solutions (ICS) to give you the inside story on remote proofing as well as the knowledgeable insight you need to make an informed decision about your future proofing needs.
The seminar, scheduled for Monday, Sept. 29 from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 .am. in Room S404D, will address topics such as the history of proofing and current proofing methods, as well as remote proofing methods and benefits and how to integrate it into your workflow.
If you’ve been asking questions such as, “What exactly is remote proofing?” and “What’s the difference between remote proofing and soft proofing?” or “How does it work?” and “Should you be using it?”, then this seminar is for you. Get the information and answers you need from the experts at Enovation.
For more information about this session, Graph Expo 2003 attendees can visit the Enovation Booth (# 4020) throughout the show. For more information about Enovation products and services, please contact Enovation at (866) 617-8473 or visit Enovation Graphics Systems, Inc. at www.getitfromtheexperts.com.
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