Radius Solutions Joins Networked Graphic Production
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL – (September, 2003) Radius Solutions is proud to announce that we have joined other print industry leaders as a partner in Networked Graphic Production. Radius Solutions and the Networked Graphic Production partners are committed to working with JDF and other open file standards to deliver fully integrated ‘cross-vendor’ solutions that help printers cut costs, increase revenues, decrease cycle times, and reach more customers. This strategic initiative is helping the print industry create more efficient businesses—from idea to delivery.
Radius Solutions is the low-risk option for ERP software for the printing and packaging industry. With over 30 years of experience, Radius’ success is a direct result of their product, people and implementation plan.
Radius Solutions President David Taylor says, “Forming partnerships with companies, such as NGP Partners is critical to the success of the development of new technologies. Radius views our partnership with NGP as a practical step on the road to delivery of inter-operable print applications.”
The Networked Graphic Production partnership will enable Radius Solutions to deliver a wider range of JDF-based integrated solutions to customers around the world. The NGP Partners are working closely with the CIP4 standards committee and are dedicated to using JDF to achieve interoperability between different applications and solutions.
Networked Graphic Production is now an industry-wide affiliation of printing and graphic arts equipment and software providers. The goal of this initiative is to work together to develop plug-and-play solutions that streamline and automate every step in the print production process, and to create a collaborative environment for printers, converters, print buyers and creative professionals. Through this end-to-end integration, Radius Solutions and our Networked Graphic Production Partners are committed to bringing tangible value to printers and our customers.
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