04 janv. 2018
Berlin – January 4, 2018 - axaio software, developer of solutions for PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for the publishing and printing markets, announces the compatibility of MadeToPrint Server with Adobe InDesign CC 2018 Server.
axaio MadeToPrint Server automates print and output processes to produce cost-effectively at the highest quality level. The multi-instance version of the InDesign Server in combination with MadeToPrint Server enables the parallel processing of a large number of MadeToPrint jobs by distributing them to the various instances, which saves much time, especially in environments with high-volume document production. In addition, the automatic load balancing on the various instances makes the best possible use of computing power to avoid idle time during production.
MadeToPrint InDesign Server can be configured remotely via the MadeToPrint Server UI, which was recently developed as a native application and has replaced the old UI, for more stability and faster processing.
axaio MadeToPrint Server for Adobe InDesign CC 2018 Server is immediately available and can be purchased from axaio with or without the Adobe InDesign Server part.
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axaio streamlines PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for Adobe InDesign, InCopy, Illustrator and QuarkXPress environments. Its flagship product, MadeToPrint, vastly enhances the reliability of PDF creation, print output processes as well as export to other file formats and seamlessly integrates into editorial environments based on vjoon K4, WoodWing Enterprise, Van Gennep PlanSystem4 or Quark Publishing System. Another topic axaio software is focusing on is the generation of accessible documents, a theme of growing importance. axaio solutions are being used by publishing houses, advertisement agencies, prepress service providers and packaging companies all over the world. axaio software actively supports the international PDF standards and is member of the PDF Association.
More information on the axaio website: www.axaio.com.