Cambridge University Press to become beta site for KODAK EMS software.
Academic and educational publisher Cambridge University Press of Cambridge, England, is to become the first beta site in Europe for the KODAK Enterprise Management Solution (EMS) from imaging company Eastman Kodak Company.
Cambridge Printing, the printing business of Cambridge University Press, was founded on a royal charter granted by Henry VIII to the University in 1534 and produces 150 journals and 2,000 books each year.
The KODAK EMS software, which has already been running as a beta site in the US, provides a complete business workflow solution helping to manage graphic communications businesses. It reportedly offers functionality beyond traditional print MIS and is intended to enable printers to integrate print and business workflows, helping to improve the efficiency and profitability of the business.
KODAK EMS software features a manufacturing enterprise resource planning software (ERP) solution, is scalable and can be used by five users, or by hundreds of users across various plants. It will provide localisation options such as the ability to run multiple localisations within a single system, support for local languages and localisation of the financial packages, for deployment in multiple countries.
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|Date:||Mar 30, 2006|
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