Prinergy 9 and Preps 9 released

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Prinergy 9 and Preps 9 released​


Kodak is pleased to announce that both Prinergy 9 and Preps 9 have been released.

Prinergy Workshop 9, VPS+, ColorFlow 9, Pandora 8.4, PLA 8.4, offer support for Mac OS 10.15 Catalina and Big Sur OS 11. Preps 9 will initially only support with Mac 10.15 with support coming in 1st quarter for Mac OS 11.

Preps 9 is brand new version from the ground up built on 64-bit technology. Preps 9 will be the fastest imposition solution Kodak has ever produced.

VPS+ is a brand new replacement QA tool for the legacy VPS software. VPS+ offers so many new features and improvements never found before. VPS and TAP have been merged together to offer a state of the art 64-bit QA offering.

Version 9 uses the latest Adobe APPE 5 rendering technology for the fast rendering times ever in Prinergy. We worked with Adobe to create new rendering technology that no other workflow can offer. A must see!

We have seen complex 9 color, 64" packaging jobs go from 120 minutes in Prinergy 8.4 go to 4 minutes in Prinergy 9. Another Flexo wide web job went from 13 hours to 4 minutes!!!! Every job is different and results will be different based on hardware and files.

In Prinergy version 9 we now offer new Kodak Managed services offerings to make the most of your Prinergy system. Prinergy Analytics offerings replace the legacy Dashboard product and offer new job, page, imposition, separation, user, and system information never seen before. Reach out to your Kodak Sales rep. for more information or a demo or contact me below.

All documentation will be available at Workflow Documentation - Documentation - Kodak Workflow Documentation

Michael Bialko
michael.bialko@kodak.com
Product Manager for Prinergy, InSite, Prinergy Evo, Preps, Pandora, VPS+, Packaging Layout Automation, Digital Print, and TAP.
 

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