Heidelberg welcomes the 1000th Prinect Experience Tour at drupa
Press release from the issuing company
May 13, 2004 -- Heidelberg today welcomed the participants of the 1000th Prinect Experience Tour in its Prinect Center at drupa in Dusseldorf. Around 4000 interested parties have already visited this tour to find out about the benefits of the end-to-end digital networking of all processes within a printshop.
With a tour beginning every 15 minutes, it follows a virtual, but practical print job through the production process from job acceptance to prepress, press, postpress and billing. It shows how print jobs can be produced efficiently and cost-effectively thanks to the interplay between the individual Prinect components. Participants can decide between different print jobs depending on their business model or key area of application.
"The unexpectedly high interest in our Prinect Experience Tours shows that an ever increasing number of printshops and media service providers are keen to learn about networking and standardization using the new JDF industry standard. It is becoming more and more clear that using a fully integrated workflow management system reduces costs and boosts efficiency", says Jörg Bauer, Vice President of Product Management Prinect at Heidelberg.
Interested parties can register for the Prinect Experience Tour at the Prinect Center at Heidelberg's booth in Hall 2. Due to the high demand for the tour an on time registration is necessary.
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