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E-Business@Print

Internet-Based Services and Processes

By Anne König , D. Robinson

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5402-3561-3
  • 132 Pages
  • User Level: Professionals
  • Publication Date: March 30, 2006
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $79.95
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Full Description
The Internet has created new business areas for the graphic arts industry: Information is formatted to be published both on paper and on-line and new forms of cooperation with customers and co-producers develop. The author gives a broad review of new services and processes, the Internet has made possible. The reader gains insight into the existing diversity of notions and concepts. Various examples shed light on specific applications such as online editing systems, Web-based project management tools, and online-tracking of print processes. Two viewpoints are being considered: The viewpoint of the entrepreneur who introduces electronic business concepts to optimize the company's processes, and the viewpoint of the service provider supplying e-business services. The book enables business executives to make sound decisions on which solution promises the maximum benefit to respond to specific business challenges. Thus it is an indispensable guide for business executives in the graphic arts industry.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction.
  2. New Products and Services.
  3. Process Efficiency through Customer Integration.
  4. Data Format Standards.
  5. PDF/X
  6. 3.
  7. JDF.
  8. XML.
  9. Process Efficiency through Self Service: Self
  10. Directed Customers.
  11. Online Calculation.
  12. Placing Orders Online.
  13. Remote Preflight.
  14. Web Printing.
  15. Order Tracking.
  16. Archiving Orders and Offerings.
  17. Stock Reporting Systems.
  18. Online Ordering Systems.
  19. Process Efficiency within Cooperations.
  20. Customers as Co
  21. Producers.
  22. Changes and Releases.
  23. Online Editing Systems.
  24. Remote Proofing.
  25. Electronic Business for Purchasers.
  26. Online Market Places.
  27. Order Management Systems.
  28. Electronic Business for Printers.
  29. Marketing and Distribution.
  30. Procurement.
  31. Conclusion.
  32. Glossary.
  33. Index.
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