Kodak continues to invest in enhancing the performance, functionality and security of its workflow software and has launched worldwide a new Version 10.0 of KODAK PRINERGY Software.
KODAK PRINERGY Workflow Solutions offer smart automation and support for analog and digital printing processes. They are available on premise, in the cloud or as a hybrid solution with subscription bundles, giving printers ultimate value and cost savings. PRINERGY is compatible with virtually all third-party software and equipment, and connects with the broadest range of digital presses.
PRINERGY 10.0 is available at no additional cost to customers with a service contract or users of the cloud-based KODAK PRINERGY with Managed Services. The new version of the PRINERGY Workflow Software provides numerous enhancements and new functions for more productivity and application security. For example, new Marks JTP (Job Ticket Processor) Pooling and Archive & Retrieve JTP Pooling can avoid processing bottlenecks and increase speed. Improvements in PREPS SmartMarks placement bring greater efficiency and accuracy, and automatic process template conversion from Harmony Software to KODAK COLORFLOW Software simplifies this transition and eliminates human error.
The added ability to add comments to individual RBA (Rules Based Automation) rule actions eases the transfer of know-how and important information between employees. In addition, PRINERGY 10.0 offers a further increased level of security and stability with support for the latest Apple macOS 13 operating system, the availability of PRINERGY Setup in HTML5, a new 64-bit plug-in for ADOBE ACROBAT Software, and the use of the HTTPS protocol in KODAK PRINERGY Business Link software, which supports data communication between the PRINERGY System and an MIS.
“Version 10.0 of PRINERGY Workflow Software takes automation to a higher level with numerous improvements and new functional capabilities. Altogether, these advancements help printers to streamline their workflow processes while safeguarding their infrastructure and improving profitability,” said Jim Barnes, Kodak’s Chief IT Implementation Officer.