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Pro Graphics obliterates inefficiency

As the print industry continues to run on ultra-tight margins and immense competitive pressure worldwide, printing software technology developer Enfocus has been instrumental in helping a major global print industry player overhaul its workflow system and improve its margins due to the gains in production efficiency.

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The Enfocus Connect All software system has helped significantly streamline Pro Graphics workflow system

Pro Graphics of Atlanta adopted Enfocus’s ‘Connect All’ system for their clients. The system pre-defines settings for a variety of tasks including job ticketing, PDF creation, PDF preflight and correction, and file delivery. It has saved Prographics’s customers a lots of time and money, but before they distributed the Connectors to their clients, ProGraphics performed extensive testing of the solution for a period of six months.

The full-service print provider focus on quality and customer satisfaction and spend time and resources fixing problem files from customers. 

We tested every conceivable file and file issue that you could imagine

Dan Still of ProGraphics comments: “We tested every conceivable file and file issue that you could imagine - including bleed/no bleed, RGB images that need to be converted to CMYK, spot colours that need to be converted to CMYK, and all colour profiles. And every single time, Connect All did the job.”

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