Saturday, April 25, 2009

Nice one for Kodak

Combining offset and digital workflows should be Kodak's sweet spot. If they get it right for newspapers, it could turn out to be a very big deal. Snippet two is about machines talking back. That's the secret sauce of the printernet.
KODAK PRINERGY Digital Workflow Streamlines Digital Print with Improved Automation and Connectivity: "Innovative digital workflow system now available

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Designed specifically for the needs and requirements of digital printing workflows, such as higher job volumes and shorter runs than conventional environments, the KODAK PRINERGY Digital Workflow announced at drupa is now available. Providing a central production hub for digital print service providers, the KODAK PRINERGY Digital Workflow enables full job control with zero-touch automation and connectivity to a wide range of digital presses."
Snippet two:
Via integrated JDF/JMF bidirectional connectivity options for digital presses, PRINERGY Digital Workflow can provide instant live device status feedback, report on job status, and log and track all production history. . . .Integrated support for KODAK Digital Presses, as well as digital presses from other suppliers, makes the PRINERGY Digital Workflow a robust backbone for any digital production environment,” added Judi Hess, General Manager, Enterprise Solutions, and VP, Kodak

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