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Strong under pressure: automating print data workflows out of the home office

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Regensburg, 26.03.2020 – Exhibitions and events are cancelled or postponed far into autumn. As a result, an important source of information on new technologies and trends is no longer available. To stay up to date and to support the ones thinking about how to make their print business ready for after the crisis, the automation software manufacturer OneVision offers a wide-ranging program of free-of-charge webinars.

In free webinars, experts provide essential help for optimizing print production.

From how to successfully automate prepress to making finishing the new profit center of your business, the webinars give strategic level insights into what printing industry leaders should do to improve and optimize their business and focus on how to successfully master key challenges in print production.

With the current situation regarding the COVID-19 virus many people face unexpected challenges. Once the necessary precautions have been taken in the private and professional environment, questions quickly arise about business and production: How to keep production running constantly in the event of illness and working from the home office? How best to cope with fluctuating incoming orders?

Working from home: No problem with OneVision
Many have moved their workplace to their homes. However, production has to continue. With the workflow management system "Workspace", assembly lines can be easily and flexibly managed – completely independent from the location. Access is possible via VPN, Team Viewer or similar.

Preparing for the time after the crisis: Free software trials for prepress and file workflow automation
Cancelled trade shows and postponed meetings open up time slots that can be used wisely. Putting thoughts into how printing businesses can emerge from the crisis stronger than before. Automating production, reducing human touch and saving margins are key. The optimization of print production processes by automating file workflows – from file input and prepress to the preparation of files for embellishment and finishing – is the core competence of OneVision. In addition to individual consulting, the international software manufacturer with headquarters in Regensburg (Germany) offers free software trials giving print service providers the opportunity to test its solutions to the core and free of charge for 14 days. The OneVision's Solution Consultants are also available during these days to provide expert advice and support in configuring the appropriate solution.

Free webinars giving in depth insights on how to master key challenges in printing
To provide essential support to print service providers in their research for suitable solutions, OneVision has greatly expanded its offer of free webinars covering topics such as the automation of file workflows and print data preparation, the seamless integration of printing and finishing machines and how to connect the system landscape are structured. Best practice examples from leading web2printers, large format printers or even book on demand printers are showcased as well. A topic overview and access data for the webinars is available at

About OneVision Software:
OneVision Software AG is an international provider of innovative and cost-efficient software solutions for the printing, publishing and media industries. In the past 25 years, the company has used its products to establish itself as the world market leader for prepress. Newspaper publishers worldwide work with products from OneVision and profit from the automation, the reliability and the resulting cost savings. In addition to steady optimization of the existing solutions, OneVision Software AG continuously invests in developing new products and target customer segments. The company's product portfolio ranges from software for prepress to tools for intelligent color management and image optimization to products for digital publishing.



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Michael Spinner-Just


2020-03-30 13:17

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