Secure and scalable design of the publishing process
Web-based component for collaboration and management of publications. The priint:planner can also be used in conjunction with the rendering server as an enterprise web-to-print system.
The communication output that marketing has to provide is constantly increasing. To manage this challenge, standardized, automated and scalable processes are required. The priint:planner helps to implement these processes „systemically“.
The priint:planner is a collaborative web application that manages, creates and monitors print publications. The creation process for print touchpoints is supported holistically: From content compilation, rendering and correction/updating of documents to data distribution of generated InDesign or PDF documents. Thanks to the collaboration functions, external agencies and media service providers can also be integrated into the creation process.
Even complex, extensive and multilingual publications can be produced quickly and efficiently thanks to the simple and intuitive working environment.
Here is an example: InDesign® documents can be digitally annotated via the web browser. These digital notes are displayed to the editor in the InDesign® document. Once the changes have been made, the user can in turn make notes or change the document status.
Compliance with publication-relevant work is organized via defined tasks in the integrated work?ow system, with production monitoring carried out visually by means of a status check in the browser.
The priint:planner is thus the ideal tool for organizing and monitoring the publication process holistically.
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