When a file gets deep into production and there needs to be some correction, whether it’s customer requested or customer induced, it’s not really necessary to go back to native files. It’s arguable that doing so may introduce more opportunity for error as well as add days to a job. Afterall, a car doesn’t leave a race when it’s low on fuel. It makes a pitstop.
Since 1979, Imprint MIS has been helping print service providers. They have been and continue to be technology-led. Because they have built their system themselves, they know it inside out. Imprint MIS approaches each of their customers with the uniqueness that defines them. It’s easy to say that Imprint MIS customers get a bespoke integration with their production environment. Just like the service at a proper tailor, your suit, your MIS, must be a custom fit.
From the very beginning, the Enfocus fundamental belief has been that technology should follow process and not the other way around. With this philosophy as a guide, Enfocus develops software that enables its customers to integrate their islands of technology. Tighter integration adds up to efficiency. The Enfocus team partners with software OEMs, integrators and vendors to help businesses work smarter.
The Enfocus Virtual Safari 2020 has come to a close. We held three sessions each Thursday in April and May. Thank you to all of our presenters and thank you to all who attended. If you happened to miss out on one of the sessions, the recordings are available at: Enfocus Virtual Safari 2020
There are many cases where filenames can generate problems, especially between different operating systems (e.g. Mac or Windows) or when transferring files to a webserver. In particular, spaces, special characters, or diacritics in filenames can be wrongly translated or even avoid file saving.