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Kodak organises Unified Workflow Solutions Conference in Mumbai

As in other parts of the world, customers in the Asia Pacific region have been witnessing major changes in print technology and in the industry as a whole. Being the best partner to increase automation and efficiency, especially in commercial and packaging print, Kodak understands that opportunity comes with this change. On this line, representatives from Kodak’s worldwide Unified workflow solutions group have completed a successful conference in Mumbai. Aimed at providing attendees with an insight on the latest trends and the solutions that can help improve their processes, the conference was part of a series in the Asia Pacific region.

“One of the best things about having a worldwide role is meeting with our customers and colleagues in every country, discussing their needs as well as requirements and gathering feedback. There is simply no better way to help ensure that we produce and deliver customized solutions that add the most value to their business,” conveyed Arjen Van Der Meulen, worldwide director of product management for Kodak Unified workflow solutions.

The event and workflow content drew significant interest from the media, and the session was well attended. The Kodak representatives spoke on a number of topics. Speaking on the future of workflow, Arjen Van Der Meulen provided previews of game-changing Kodak Prinergy Workflow 6, Kodak Preps Imposition Software 7 and Kodak ColorFlow Color Management Software 2.

In his presentation on advanced job collaboration with Kodak InSite Software 6.5, Michael Bialko, worldwide product and support specialist, demonstrated the new version along with the iPad App, which allows users to work on jobs while on the road or at home with true 24/7 access. While talking about Kodak’s complete packaging workflow, Michael Tedesco, worldwide product manager for packaging workflow, showed how Kodak’s complete line of packaging software covers everything from file creation to final output.

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