Dalim Software announces Dialogue ES, the softproofing and approval server based on the new ‘ES’ architecture

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So those of you that have managed to get to a integrator event during the summer or to the Dalim User events you will be fully aware of what this is all about, but for those who didn’t get to an event, Dalim releasing the new ES architecture to provide a future development platform for their product range. Dialogue is the first application to take advantage of this new powerful platform that can also incorporate the Adobe PDF Print Engine for consistant results of transparencies, trapping and seperations.

For the pre-media world this represents the next evolution in an open working platform arena that can be integrated into your workflows and portals to provide client & brand owners a colour consistent soft proofing environment without the need for client installations.

Dalim ES

Kehl, Germany – Dalim Software, a global leader in the design and development of innovative and automated professional production workflow software for premedia, print, packaging and publishing, announces that DiALOGUE ES is the first application to utilise its new “ES” architecture.

First seen earlier this year at Dalim Software’s EuroDUO 2009 user conference, followed by a three-month private beta programme, DiALOGUE ES is the first application to be based on the new “ES” architecture, developed using XML, JDF and AJAX technologies and accessible using a standard web browser.

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Author: Gary George

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