Kodak says its new InSite Prepress Portal 9.0 (IPP) features a new user interface that delivers a “simplified, intuitive and real-time proofing experience”. Designed to reduce cycle time, IPP offers 24/7 access to communication and job status, which Kodak says minimizes traditional proofing requirements while decreasing costs.
Other features of IPP 9.0 include: streamlined navigation through important sections, allowing users to see a job summary while viewing specific details without leaving the webpage; enhanced Preview Preferences allow for customized capability functions; and the ability to brand and personalize webpages along with individual customer pages.
Additionally, the company released updates to the Prinergy On-Premise Software platform, featuring Prinergy Workflow 8.2 with expanded digital connectivity with Kodak Creo servers which includes the Konica Minolta IC-314 driven devices, as well as greater support for Ricoh Pro C7200 series digital presses.
Kodak describes other software platform highlights include: Prinergy Device Track complete with Job Ticket Editor for Bi-Directional JDF communication with XPO Software Print Console and CTP devices; improved packaging capabilities including Maxtone SX Screening for four-colour applications; PREPS Imposition Software allowing users to edit in template mode; and Pandora Step-and-Repeat Software with Packaging Layout Automation (PLA) now offers multi-CAD file support for combination runs. As a result packaging printers and converters, Kodak explains, will be able to shorten cycle times for multiple jobs by combining items on a single sheet layout and maximizing sheet usage.
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