Posts tagged: Web-Enablement

InfoTrends Updates the Ultimate Guide to Web-to-Print Solutions

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 Jan 8, 2013

When web-to-print first entered the market with the onset of eCommerce in the 1990s, it was defined as a commercial prepress process that bridges the gap between digital content online and commercial print production. In the most basic terms, web-to-print was used to assist in facilitating the process for Internet based job ordering, submission, tracking, and collaboration. Now a few decades later, web-to-print vendors have expanded upon their original offerings. Originally for the e-enablement of businesses processes, web-to-print now goes beyond, to assist in the creation and tracking of multi-channel marketing campaigns, maintaining brand consistency, and acting as a connector between other online services.

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ON DEMAND 2011: A Look at Software Trends

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 Mar 28, 2011

ON DEMAND 2011 and info360 (formerly the AIIM event) wrapped up last week in Washington, DC at the Walter E. Conference Center. With the shows being co-located, acquisitions in the software space, and enterprise and production becoming more closely associated, ON DEMAND attendees appeared to spend time on both sides of the show floor (exploring the broader scope of software solutions currently available). While these lines continue to blur, there were a number of relevant announcements and developments at ON DEMAND pointing toward distinct trends in production software. Read more »

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