Pageflex Inc.

The Digital Handyman: Retooling the Publishing Workflow
August 1, 2006

More than a decade into the “CTP revolution,” many of the promises of digital workflow have yet to be fulfilled. The publishing industry is far from achieving the hands-off, utopian workflow many envisioned when film went away and content went digital. While some in the industry once resisted the notion of a digital workflow, most now agree that the evolution from film to files has been a positive for the publishing world—as profound a development as desktop publishing. With digital content, publishers can now cut out much of the prepress expense for their print workflow, and perhaps even more importantly, their content is now

ASI Whips up Tsunami
January 2, 2003

New publishing features are in the wind for ASI's Tsunami product. Printing solutions integrator All Systems Integration (ASI), Woburn, Mass., has arranged to bundle Web-based publishing tools from Pageflex Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Mpower and Edit software products integrate with ASI's Tsunami. Adding Pageflex's tools makes Tsunami a best-of-breed publishing solution, with the best price/performance, company officials say. Tsunami is ASI's workflow platform for virtualizing prepress functions. Pageflex's Mpower is an enterprise software program for designing and publishing Web-driven marketing communications. Pageflex's Edit is an Mpower add-on. It lets people without creative skills create documents using Mpower, Pageflex officials say. Among the advantages promised is

InSights Into Production
March 29, 2002

Dear PrintMedia, I've heard about PPML, but not I'm not sure how it applies to desktop publishing. I always assumed it was printer's jargon. Could you explain? -Printer's Say the Darndest Things Dear Darndest, PPML is an acronym for personalized print mark-up language, an XML-based industry standard for high-speed production. Within a desktop publishing environment, PPML enables the widespread use of personalized print applications without having to navigate around various file formats. It was developed by PageFlex as part of the company's Print On-Demand Initiative (PODi). It works with the latest release of PageFlex Persona 1.5, a desktop application designed to produce customized documents

On-Demand Printing
July 1, 2001

On-Demand Printing features product descriptions and Web site addresses for companies in several categories including, Full-Color Digital Presses/Systems, Monochrome & Spot-Color Digital Presses/Systems, Wide-Format Systems and Varable Data Software. FULL-COLOR DIGITAL PRESSES/SYSTEMS: A.B. Dick Multigraphics: www.abdick.com The A.B.Dick Colour is an entry-level press that provides short-run, full-color work. AGFA: Agfa's IntelliNet system matches original proofs with print using Agfa ColorTune colour-management software. The system also includes compatible Polaris platesetters, Phoenix News imagesetters, Agfa film, plates and the AgfaJet Sherpa. AHT: www.aht.com AHT offers servers to support digital color printers from such companies as Canon and Xerox,