FUJIFILM Electronics Imaging and Dynagram sign OEM agreement
Press release from the issuing company
January 21, 2004– Hemel Hemstead, England, and Quebec, Canada –Dynagram, the recognized authority in digital imposition, and FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging Ltd. (FFEI) have signed a worldwide OEM agreement. Under the agreement, FFEI will bundle Dynagram’s DynaStrip imposition solution with its Celebrant workflow and as an optional module with its Celebrant Workflow RIP.
FFEI’s Celebrant solution suite is a modular product range that offers maximum flexibility for prepress departments to expand as their business grows. Combined with FFEI’s highly productive output devices, Celebrant solutions automate prepress processes to significantly drive down turnaround times and production costs.
Dynagram’s DynaStrip is a powerful suite of digital imposition solutions developed to meet an entire range of imposition needs, from complete and flexible imposition solutions to specialized imposition jobs. DynaStrip’s seamless integration with the Celebrant workflow and RIP affords users sophisticated imposition capabilities, such as custom layouts, fast imposition generation, automated document lists, soft proofing and flexible output profiles.
"FFEI have been working closely with Dynagram for several years, and this announcement solidifies the relationship between the two organizations" said John Davies, FFEI's Software Business Manager. "The combination of Celebrant and DynaStrip has been very successful for many of our customers around the world, and we are now able to offer these products as a bundled solution to all of our customers"
The agreement solidifies Dynagram’s position as the only true open provider to bundle its imposition solutions with industry-acclaimed workflows. “Our OEM agreement with FFEI attests to a solid partnership between our two organizations, from both a development and business perspective,” said François Guérard, president of Dynagram. “We are committed to strengthening the bind between imposition and the entire workflow process in order to enhance prepress productivity.”
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